Huntsman is displaying a range of composites products at an exhibition located at the Design Museum of Gent, Belgium.

The exhibition, entitled Fiber-Fixed: Composites in Design showcases a range of products that use fiber-reinforced composite materials.

Huntsman has supplied a window frame based on the company’s Rimline glass fiber-reinforced pultrusions and a lightweight license plate holder developed for the KTM 1290 Super Duke R motorcycle.

‘We are proud to be a part of this exhibition and to be working together with its curators to demonstrate the unique designs that can arise from combining fibers and plastics into composite structures,’ said Irina Bolshakova, senior market manager transportation EAMEI. ‘Composite materials are becoming increasingly common place in the world around us, helping to reduce the weight of vehicles, create stronger construction materials, and produce furniture that is more comfortable to sit and sleep on.’

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