23 October 2018
23 October 2018
Bitrez, a UK manufacturer of specialist polymers and chemicals, is showcasing its capabilities at Advanced Engineering 2018.
Based in Wigan, Bitrez manufactures high performance synthetic resin, catalysts and curing agents for companies across aerospace, automotive, defence, energy, oil and gas and general industrial. This is the second year the company will be exhibiting at the show.
Dominic Hopwood, Bitrez’s Composites Resin Sales Manager, says, “The response we got from last year’s show was fantastic so we’ve got great expectations for this year, given the fact the show is celebrating its 10th anniversary. We’re looking forward to meeting potential new customers and catching up with existing clients and industry colleagues. Our resins are in materials across the globe – on road, rail and in the air. So if you’re in the market for a high performance resin system which will help enhance your processes and applications, come and have a chat about how we can help you!”
Bitrez also offers toll conversion as well as technical support. Its team of experienced chemists can produce materials from laboratory scale through a transient pilot stage to enable scale up and allow for small scale qualification work before moving to commercial manufacture.
Bitrez’s manufacturing plant, which is COMAH (Seveso) and ISO 9001/14001/18001 compliant, comprises numerous reaction units from 3000-30,000 litre capacity, along with cooling facilities to accommodate high reactivity resins.
Bitrez will exhibit on Stand T110 at Advanced Engineering 2018 on 31 October-1 November in Birmingham, UK.
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