By D.V. Scott
Hardbound. quick evolution is happening within the water marketplace around the globe - pushed via elevated shopper call for allied to the rarefraction of unpolluted water. The inherent features of composites fabrics linked to present fabrics and creation expertise is permitting the elevated use of formerly excessive price fabrics and approaches at ever lowering charges. The guide is designed to convey specifiers in control with those fabrics and the recent components of software linked to them, exploring the scope, functionality, rate effectiveness and environmental and legislative outcomes in their use.
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Owens Corning claims that Advantex Glass Fiber combines the electrical and mechanical properties of traditional E-glasses with the acid corrosion resistance of ECR glass at a price level generally in line with that of E-glass. This new material, a boron-flee formulation that brings environmental advantages to the manufacturing process, also offers possibilities for applications at higher temperatures than those obtainable with E-glass. Owens Corning now markets a full range of products in the new formulation, including rovings for filament winding, pultrusion and weaving, choppable rovings for chop/hoop winding, surfacing veil for surface enhancement, as well as chopped strand mat.
7 "~ ~. ~ ~ . X ~ ~ ~. o r ~ I E 8 o E 8 7 I / ,-~ k Materials k 51 CHAPTER 4 Production Technology Production techniques and technologies for moulding or forming thermoplastic and composite materials are too numerous and complex to be discussed in detail in this book. We have limited the information to a brief presentation of the main technologies used within the context of the water industry. For more detailed information the author recommends the Reinforced Plastics Handbook, published by Elsevier Advanced Technology.
5 m m would generally be constructed from one or two layers of surface veil, heavily impregnated with resin, and showing a resin content of at least 90% by weight, although thermosetting resin liners without any fibre reinforcement can be made. The reinforcing veil is usually essential in avoiding cracking of the liner. Manufacturing a pipe or vessel body by filament winding requires that the making of the liner is the first operation in the production cycle, as is the case in most applications using contact or spray up technologies.
Advanced Materials for Water Handling: Composites and Thermoplastics by D.V. Scott