NetComposites
Juniar Spraybooths

TenCate and Toray Sign Supply Agreement

27 June 2011

TenCate Advanced Composites and Toray Industries have signed a long term agreement for the supply of carbon fibres to TenCate for the production of thermoplastic TenCate Cetex RTL composite materials.

According to TenCate, in the new five year supply agreement, Toray will supply them with carbon fibre for use in their composite laminates. This is in support of growing thermoplastic prepreg demand from the aerospace industry.

Frank Meurs, Director TenCate Advanced Composites EMEA stated: 'Thermoplastic materials are rapidly establishing a meaningful position in a growing amount of aircraft applications, and are also used in structural parts of the latest Aircraft. This long term supply agreement fits to our needs, because it covers our long-term needs based on our contracts with for instance Airbus for the production of the Airbus aircrafts. TenCate Cetex has been used in aircraft applications for more than ten years. TenCate will continue to focus on the market for large commercial aircraft and regional jets with its TenCate Cetex product line'.






Related / You might like...

Solvay and Bell Sign Rotorcraft Supply Agreement

Solvay has signed a ten-year agreement for the supply of composites and adhesives to be used across Bell's military and commercial rotorcraft programmes, including the Bell 429, 407, 505, 525, V-22, and UH-1.

SGL Carbon Celebrates Opening of Fibre Placement Centre

SGL Carbon and Fraunhofer IGCV have officially opened the Fibre Placement Centre (FPC) at SGL's site in Meitingen, Germany. Compositence, BA Composites and the Chair for Carbon Composites at the Technical University of Munich have also joined the alliance, and Coriolis Group and Cevotec are planning to come on board as partners.

Victrex and Exeter University Partner on PAEK Additive Manufacturing

With the aim developing a broader platform for additive manufacturing (AM) technologies, the University of Exeter, UK, and Victrex, have formed a strategic partnership to introduce next-generation polyaryletherketone (PAEK) polymers and composites while improving the performance of the underlying AM processes.