27 February 2018
27 February 2018
Solvay will showcase its composite and speciality polymers material technologies through leading-edge applications.
Solvay prides itself on its advanced chemistry and application engineering know-how which, coupled with its unique ability to collaborate with strategic customers, enable the development of game changing products and processing technologies such as resin infusion for aerospace primary structures, DDF (Double Diaphragm Forming) rapid part manufacture, automation-ready rapid-cure prepregs and RMC material (Recyclate Moulding Compound).
At JEC, Solvay will showcase a range of applications that have been developed following a close collaboration with its customers:
With in-house carbon fibre and weaving capabilities, thermoset and thermoplastic resins, polymer formulation, composite manufacture, core and process materials supply, Solvay is able to fully support customer needs in expanding markets including aerospace, automotive, wind and other industrial applications. Thermoplastics are a key element of the company's growth strategy. Combining the technical expertise of its Speciality Polymers and Composite Materials businesses, Solvay is positioned to meet the most demanding industry challenges.
Visit Solvay in Hall 5, Stand L42 at JEC World 2018.
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