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Chomarat Presents Latest Glass and Carbon Innovations at Advanced Engineering 2016

25 October 2016

Chomarat Presents Latest Glass and Carbon Innovations at Advanced Engineering 2016

On 2-3 November, Chomarat will present its latest glass and carbon innovations at the Advanced Engineering Show in Birmingham, UK.

Chomarat explains that it will showcase recent works on C-PLY, the Group’s high-performance multiaxial reinforcement. According to Chomarat, C-PLY addresses the issues of weight and cost reduction in the composite industry, with a focus on solutions developed to achieve a Class A surface finish for automotive composite parts that are made using RTM.

Chomarat says it will also present its latest developments on G-FLOW, the only 100% glass reinforcement that combines structural and flow functions for infusion. “G-FLOW’s highly interesting flow function is made possible by its unusual textile structure. G-FLOW is 100 times more permeable than a standard reinforcement, leading to time savings during processing, and reducing cost by as much as 13% as a function of the type of infusion process used,” explains Chomarat UK Sales Manager, Robert Wilder.

Visit Chomarat at Stand O151 at the Advanced Engineering Show.

 


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