07 February 2012
07 February 2012
PRF Composite Materials are now the approved supplier of Safran Structil Aerospace Adhesives for the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Structil, a subsidiary of SME -Safran group and a partner of Mitsubishi Rayon, supplies structural adhesives, prepregs and pultruded profiles for the high performance composite materials industry for the manufacture of aerospace technical parts. Working in partnership with Safran Structil from January 2012, PRF say they will be storing and supplying these products from their extensive cold storage facilities located at their head office in Poole, Dorset.
PRF explain that their adhesives have been developed and tested for over 20 years and are considered as the industry standard and are qualified and used across the aerospace industry for high performance and demanding applications for bonding metals, composites and honeycomb splicing.
PRF Composite Materials’ Managing Director Robert Burnell comments “We are delighted to extend our long-standing relationship with Safran Structil and to be incorporating these excellent products into our already extensive range of high performance materials and services.”
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