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Surface science news, November 2009

Composite filters clean up in Dubai water park

167 large filters with composite housings manufactured by Appalachian Plastics Inc have been supplied to the Atlantis The Palm resort in Dubai by Neptune-B

The UK government has announced a £22 million investment to advance the development of composite materials as part of its new UK Composites Strategy publis

Lincoln Composites Inc has completed the required testing on its TITAN™ tank designed for the bulk transportation of compressed natural gas (CNG).

Materials testing systems manufacturer Zwick is offering a patented new fixture for the testing of fibre reinforced plastic (FRP) composites.

Met-Pro Corporation's Duall business unit has received orders worth approximately US$2.8 million for composite equipment from two municipal water treatment

As the use of fibre reinforced plastics (FRP) continues to grow within the power industry, Korean company Hankuk Fiber Glass Co Ltd (HFG) is replacing the

Polygon has pushed the boundaries for the design of pneumatic actuators by creating a completely non-metallic cylinder assembly.

The following five stories were the most popular with visitors to the Reinforced Plastics website during the month of October.

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