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- NANOPREPREG (TM)

- CONTINUOUS NANOFIBERS

- 2D AND 3D PA NANO AND MICRO SCAFFOLDS

- BUS FRONT AND REAR DOORS

- RAIL CAR DOOR

- RAIL CAR FLOOR

- RAIL CAR-CAR COUPLER

- TRUCK DOOR

- RAIL CAR DOOR

This product is a full composite structure. It is the only full composite underground train door reported in the literature. Fire and smoke resistant, lightweight, corrosion free, high performance and low cost are their main properties.

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- NANOPREPREG (TM)

Nanoprepreg(TM) is a film formed by carbon nanofibers and resins. Carbon nanofiber fractions vary, excellent electrical resistivity values have been obtained with low carbon nanofiber fractions.

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- CONTINUOUS NANOFIBERS

A number of technologies are used to produce continuous carbon nanofibers for a wide spectrum of applications taking advantage of their unique properties and the continuity of the reinforcement.

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- 2D AND 3D PA NANO AND MICRO SCAFFOLDS

Cell growth has been demonstrated to happen on 2D and 3D polilactic acid scaffolds made out of both nano and microfibers. This product is highly interesting for specific biomedical applications such as nerve regeneration and organ reconstruction.

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- BUS FRONT AND REAR DOORS

These two products are full composite structures. They are the only full composite bus doors reported in the literature. Lightweight, corrosion free, high performance and low cost are their main characteristics.

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- RAIL CAR FLOOR

This product is a full composite structure and highly competitive in price with standard floors. Fire and smoke resistant, lightweight, corrosion free, high performance and low cost are their main characteristics.

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- RAIL CAR-CAR COUPLER

Lighweight is the main characteristic of this unique product made out of carbon fiber/epoxy. Outstanding tensile strength and fatigue resistance are among its high performance properties.

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- TRUCK DOOR

High performance, low cost sandwich structures are produced for truck doors. A large number of material systems may be used for both skins and cores to meet deflection, strength,  acoustic, fire, smoke and cost requirements

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