Technical Fibre Products plans to exhibit its nonwoven products for composites at the China Composites Expo, taking place from 2–4 September in Shanghai.
On display at the show will be the company’s Optiveil nonwovens made from carbon, glass, polyester and aramid and thermoplastics which can act as adhesive carriers, a barrier to galvanic corrosion, a way to improve fracture toughness and resin flow media.
Depending on the type of veil used they can impart corrosion resistance (glass and carbon), abrasion resistance (aramid), electrical conductivity, static dissipation and EMI shielding (carbon and metal coated carbon).
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