27 October 2015
27 October 2015
Attwater Group is once again exhibiting at the Advanced Engineering Show when it returns for the sixth consecutive year in November.
Attwater will be exhibiting its range of epoxy glass, polyimide glass, phenolic fabric and carbon fibre products. These are used in a wide variety of sectors, including aerospace, power generation, marine, general engineering, typically for electrical distribution and industrial applications.
Custom Composite will be exhibiting its range of carbon fibre tubes that have many specialist uses in sectors including military, sport to industrial sectors. In particular it will be displaying part of its range of products for the marine sector including parts used in lightweight, high-strength railings, tillers, and masts.
According to Attwater, of particular interest this year will be its technical innovation - an epoxy-steel laminate. Developed over a decade, these steel-epoxy sheets are used for gaskets and seals in the oil and gas industry. Attwater claims it is the only UK Company making epoxy-steel laminate.
Sales Director Rachael Kennedy said, "We're looking forward to unveiling our new products at this year's show and meeting customers old and new."
Attwater Group will be exhibiting at The Advanced Engineering Show, Stand E135.
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