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Composite applications news, June 2020

Chemicals company Lanxess says that it is taking part at the Plastics in Automotive Engineering (PIAE) show, taking place virtually from 28-29 July 2020.

SGL has reported group sales revenues of €247 million, approximately 15% below the prior year’s level.

Composites UK says that it is looking for individuals from its member companies to form part of its board of directors from 2020-2022.

Spirit AeroSystems has received a US$80 million grant from the US Department of Defense (DoD) to expand its US production.

Chemical company INEOS has developed a new software aimed at improving boat design.

The organizers of Composites for Europe, previously Composites Europe, have appointed Dr Hans-Christian Früh as the event’s new project manager.

Plastics technology center AIMPLAS plans to hold four webinars on 15, 16, 17 and 18 June.

Solvay and Leonardo have signed a material supply agreement for programs in Leonardo’s aerostructures, aircraft, helicopters and electronics divisions.

Using a magnetic nanocomposite coating, researchers have developed a highly porous smart sponge that selectively soaks up oil in water.

Composites UK plans to host a peer reviewed international academic conference on fiber polymer composite materials for construction and infrastructure.

Sigma Engineering and other companies say that they have begun full speed production of injection molded face masks made of liquid silicone rubber (LSR).

OCSiAl says that its TUBALL graphene nanotubes have been used to reinforce and improve grain pipes.

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