05 February 2010
05 February 2010
Ron Adams, Vice President of Technical Sales for Gibson Fiberglass, is set to present information regarding a collaborative Environmental Stewardship program between Gibson and Jushi on Wednesday, February 10.
The presentation will take place at 10:30am in Mandalay Bay North Convention Center Mariners B Room, and will include data related to energy reduction, water reclamation, emission reductions, and the elimination of post industrial fibreglass waste.
Subjects to be discussed in the review will include the manufacture of the new E6 Enhanced Glass Fibres, which have achieved lowered emissions
Jushi report that technology put in place at their manufacturing facilities have saved the equivalent of 66,000 tons of standard coal in 2008.
“As with other major industrial countries in the world, China is working to improve air and water quality and reduce waste from manufacturing,” according to Adams. “Gibson/Jushi has received awards from the Chinese government, recognizing our efforts to significantly reduce our environmental footprint, and impact on the environment.”
Innovators and industry pioneers will gather to discuss the latest applications of graphene nanotubes at the Nanoaugmented Materials Industry Summit (NAUM) 2018 in Shanghai, China, on 31 October. Visitors will also be able to see an on-site demonstration of the production of nanoaugmented products with real industrial equipment.
Designers at Elemental Motor have utilised tailored fibre placement (TPF) to extend the use of carbon composites in its RP1 sports car.
Porcher Industries and its US subsidiary BGF Industries will present their latest innovations at CAMX 2018 on 15-18 October in Dallas, Texas, US, including new dry fibres for aerospace and automotive applications, the STELIA thermoplastic fuselage demonstrator, and solutions for the industrial, construction and sports and leisure sectors.