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ELG Carbon Fibre Showcase Recycled Carbon Fibres Used in Novel Rail Vehicle Project at JEC World

07 March 2017

ELG Carbon Fibre Showcase Recycled Carbon Fibres Used in Novel Rail Vehicle Project at JEC World

ELG Carbon Fibre is taking a prominent role in a project to develop a novel composite bogie frame for use in rail vehicles.

The research programme is expected to conclude in Q4 of 2018, and ELG will be available at JEC World in Paris to discuss aspects of the project and its latest recycled carbon fibre developments.

Visit ELG carbon Fibre in Hall 5A, Stand M30 at JEC World 2017.


Photo provided by ELG Carbon Fibre




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