05 April 2010
05 April 2010
JR Technology has signed an agreement with Isojet Equipments Company to become the UK Sales & Service Centre for their range of resin transfer moulding (RTM) units.
Isojet Equipments manufacture resin injection, dispensing, metering and recording equipment. Their units are used extensively in the reinforced plastics and composites industries - most customers are within the Aerospace sector. A number of universities & research establishments have also selected Isojet units for their research and development work due to the versatility of the units.
JR Technology says that this arrangement will enable customers in the UK to receive an improved response both in terms of advice regarding selection and use of Isojet RTM equipment and maintenance with UK supply of any spare parts required and the annual servicing.
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