14 May 2013
14 May 2013
Cytec will be exhibiting its range of composite and process materials on stand number D51 at All-Energy 2013, which is being held in the Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre, Aberdeen, UK, on 22 - 23 May.
Cytec say its Industrial Materials and Process Materials segments will be presenting a range of exhibits to demonstrate the application of their products across a number of market sectors. This will include a staggered sandwich panel illustrating how their structural and tooling prepregs, adhesive and surface improvement films, and fully compatible process consumables work together to optimise the performance of large Out-of-Autoclave (OoA) structures.
The company says it will be focusing on their advanced Variable Temperature Moulding (VTM) resin systems, and flexible production methodology. They claim these composite resin systems, their process materials, and their customer service make them a single-source for all prepregs and process consumables required to manufacture turbine blades, spars, supporting structures and components for wind, wave and tidal energy generating projects.
Cytec will be joined by Angus Fleming, Managing Director of Aviation Enterprises Ltd. (AEL), on their stand this year, who will be available to discuss AEL’s composite design and manufacturing service for tidal turbines and sub-sea structures. As one of Cytec’s customers AEL has experience in the application of their structural and process materials.
Richard Horn, Industrial Sector Manager, said, “We have considerable expertise in composite materials for marine energy applications, and we believe that All-Energy is the ideal exhibition to showcase our latest product developments. We look forward to yet another successful event.”
Cytec representatives, and guest from AEL, will be available to discuss the application of their structural and process materials, as well as your requirements.
Picture provided by Cytec.
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