ISS3 2018

CAMX Show Directory & Program The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo

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CAMX 2018 7 THURSDAY | October 18, 2018 / (888) 695.3382 / +1 (514) 695.3382 Scan for video New Exhibitor Zone T55 Booth Trimming, Sanding, Painting Fume Control & More... Accessorized to Application PES and high-temperature alloy resins Sumitomo Chemical Advanced Technologies LLC (Novi, MI, US), a subsidiary of Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd. is emphasizing its polyethersulfone (PES), liquid crystal polymer (LCP) and high-tempera- ture alloy resins. The company serves as the US base of operations for Sumitomo Chemical's photoresist and engineering plastics businesses and is certified to ISO9001:2008 and ISO14001:2004 standards. The company says it maintains dedicated PES polymerization facilities in Chiba and Ehime, Japan, as well as a dedicated micro-level powder grinding facility in Phoenix, AZ, US, to eliminate the possibility of cross-contamination with other polymers. Powders ranging in size from 30 to 500 mm are produced at the Phoenix facility using rotary- classifier grinding mills. Sumitomo Chemical Advanced Technologies LLC, Booth G86 Infrared emitters offer heating flexibility Haraeus Noblelight's black infrared emitters offer homo- geneous heating regardless of distance, combining high power density (up to 200 kW/m 2 ) with fast response time, suitable for continuous inline coatings and processes as well as noncontact applications under vacuum. See them in Booth CC32. Glass fiber/epoxy combined with HP-RTM for leaf springs Huntsman's exhibit (Booth Y27) high- lights include a glass „ber/epoxy leaf spring made using high-pressure resin transfer molding (HP-RTM) by MBHA in Spain for heavy trucks (e.g., Daimler Sprinter van), and a carbon „ber/epoxy aileron demonstrator for Airbus made from North Thin Ply Technology's thin ply prepreg using a production-opti- mized matrix formulated by Huntsman.

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