23 October 2018
23 October 2018
At Advanced Engineering 2018 Cristex will be featuring a range of products suitable for various markets, including aerospace, automotive, marine and construction.
The company will be showcasing a new range of fire-resistant materials recently launched by its partner Saertex. The Saertex Leo Coated Fabric has the highest level of fire resistance integrated in the fabric and meets the most demanding fire protection requirements for rail transportation, the marine sector and the construction industry.
Cristex will also feature a range of products from its partners:
Cristex Director, Bruce Craig, comments, “We are excited to exhibit at the 2018 show, as we have a number of products as well as services that we know will benefits our customers and prospect customers.”
Cristex will exhibit on Stand P100 at Advanced Engineering 2018 on 31 October-1 November in Birmingham, UK.
Photo provided by Cristex Composite Materials
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