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ISS3 2018

CAMX Show Directory & Program The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo

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CAMX 2018 thecamx.org 11 THURSDAY | October 18, 2018 Room-temp cure adhesives meet FAA fire regulations L&L Products (Romeo, MI, US) is presenting its room-temperature cure adhesives for applications that require fire and smoke and toxicity performance. Two new adhesives include L-9150 and L-9115. L-9150 is a two-component adhesive with a 1:1 mix ratio, which cures at room temperature or can be accelerated with heat. It provides high-performance bonding (work life 35-50 minutes). L-9115 is a two-component, toughened adhesive that cures at room temperature and provides high-performance bonding (work life 10-20 minutes). Both adhesives are designed for aerospace interior applications and meet FAA fire regulations (vertical burn, smoke density and toxicity). Also in the L&L Products booth is the company's newest technology, Continuous Composite Systems (CCS), which combines highly engineered sealants and adhe- sives with a fiber-reinforced composite carrier in a two-dimensional profile designed to provide strength, stiffness and rigidity in a lightweight structure. L&L Products, Booth N21 Composites manufacturing and repair training expands Abaris Training Resources Inc. (Reno, NV, US) is featuring its composites manufacturing and repair training services. Abaris recently relocated its Griffin, GA, US, operation to the Composite Prototyping Center's (CPC) 25,000-ft 2 facility on Long Island, NY, US, to enable expansion of the company's curriculum. Many Abaris Training partners and associates are also located nearby on the exhibit show floor to answer questions about such products as repair equipment, vacuum bagging materials, additive manufac- turing, tooling, laser projection, resins, fibers, prepregs, thermoplastics, and other associated material and process solutions. Abaris Training Resources Inc., Booth R48 Bonding, surfacing films and resin technologies optimize efficiency Henkel (Rocky Point, CT, US) is emphasizing its line of composite processing solutions for the entire manufacturing and bonding process, including mold releases, liquid shims, lightning strike protection and surfacing films, paste adhesives, machinable syntactic pastes and films, machinable adhesive films and low-viscosity composite resins. Benefits include: • Reduced preparation times • Up to 30% weight savings via surfacing film advancements • Parts protection via use of adhesive films with lightning strike configurations • Quick, efficient injection with polyure- thane-based composite resins Henkel, Booth T13 NEW TECHNOLOGY

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