Viewing entries tagged with 'Fibres'

Curved carbon fibre rear bumper beam for Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Pultrusion specialist Thomas Technik & Innovation (TTI) has collaborated with Shape, a US-based Tier 1 supplier of metallic body structure components, plastic parts and bumper systems, to develop a curved carbon fibre rear bumper beam for the latest Chevrolet Corvette Stingray sports car.

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Commercial-scale carbon fibre recycling

Carbon Fiber Recycling plans to recycle 2,000 tonnes of carbon fibre waste a year at its 3,250 m2 facility in Tazewell, Tennessee, USA.

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New polyimide fibre launched

Evonik has developed a new generation of polyimide fibres. The new product, under the P84 HT brand, is distinguished by improved mechanical stability and flexibility at continuously high operating temperatures.

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Hyosung to invest US$828m in carbon fibres

Hyosung Group is to invest KRW1trn (US$828m) over the next 10 years to expand its carbon fibre business.

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Carbon fibres could store energy in vehicle body

Researchers at the Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have demonstrated that carbon fibres can be used as battery electrodes, enabling them to store energy directly.

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Consortium to develop bio-sourced composites using long bamboo fibres

A group of companies have come together to design bio-sourced technical composites for the aerospace industry based on long bamboo fibres.

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Bonding fibres for lightweight acoustic insulation

European polyolefin fibre supplier Beaulieu Fibres International presented UltraLink bonding fibres for the automotive composites industry at the recent ANEX Asia Nonwovens Exhibition and Conference in Tokyo, Japan.

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Revolution Fibres triples production capacity

Nanofibre producer Revolution Fibres is tripling production to meet increased international demand from a range of industries including Formula One.

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