09 April 2010
09 April 2010
Following many months of design and development and contributions from end-users in aerospace and motorsport, AIC’s new system will be ready to preview at the show.
AIC say that the system, developed in conjunction with Honeywell, delivers a proven hardware platform. The software interface has been developed by engineers with many years of experience in designing, building and operating autoclaves and other complex processes.
""We have a number of customers around the world who run ""Autoclave Manager"" with FGH instruments. As soon as FGH Controls announced the end of production of their instruments we accelerated our development program to ensure that we could not only support these existing systems, but also provide an attractive alternative for those looking to upgrade any autoclave control system"", said Managing Director, Tony Toll.
Renegade Materials recently celebrated General Electric’s first shipment of a GE Passport Engine shipset built with the company’s RM-1100 polyimide high-service temperature composite prepregs.
New Zealand company Revolution Fibres is tripling nanofibre production to meet increased international demand from a range of industries, from cosmetics manufacturers through to Formula One teams.
US company Web Industries has opened its first European sales office in Hamburg, Germany.