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Composite applications news, August 2018

Hexagon Composites says that it has introduced a new mobile pipeline gas transport module.

Scott Bader at rail show

Scott Bader says it plans to exhibit a range of products at the annual Innotrans rail technology exhibition.

Agility Fuel Solutions,has received California Air Resources Board (CARB) certifications for its first natural gas-powered engine.

Multi-material smart material prototype based on seed coat of some plants.

Gurit says that it received net sales of CHF195.3 million for the first six months of 2018, a growth of 11.5%.

A new 14 m long fishing vessel designed in Australia reportedly features sandwich core composite materials from ATL Composites.

Fly Away with Composites, a composites workshop focused on the aerospace markets will take place on 21 August 2018 in Clearfield, Utah, USA.

Plastics manufacturer Lanxess says that its short glass fiber reinforced Durethan polyamide material is suitable to be used in drones.

The US Department of Transportation has reportedly awarded over US$660,000 to composite boat maker Front Street Shipyard.

Could carbon nanotubes give us stronger Kevlar bullet-proof vests?

Front Street Shipyard has begun construction of a new facility next to its existing yard on the waterfront.

A new consortium has launched a three-year industry research group on composites for sustainable mobility.

Composites UK has put in place a three-year strategy to improve safety in plastics and composites manufacturing.

Solvay has expanded its facility in Greenville, TX, USA to increase the site’s resin mixing capacity.

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