The Teijin Group announced today that it will participate in the Composites and Advanced Materials Expo (CAMX), the largest, most comprehensive composites and advanced materials event in North America, in Dallas Convention Center in Dallas, Texas from October 19 to 21.
Aiming to become a company that supports the society of the future, Teijin leverages its core strengths and capabilities in the development and manufacture of strong yet lightweight high-performance materials and composites. The participation of the Teijin Group companies including a recently affiliated company Renegade Materials as well as Teijin Aramid America, Teijin Carbon America at CAMX is a proof of its wide range of solutions for a diverse array of applications such as aerospace, automotive, marine, civil engineering, energy, oil and gas, sporting goods, heat and flame protection and ballistics.
Under the theme of Reinforcing Excellence, the Teijin stand (R13), will jointly display a
number of solutions, including:
Twaron and Technora para-aramids offer attractive energy-saving and eco-minded solutions with superior strength as seen in applications such as the Mars rover landing, parachute and airliner cockpit ballistic barriers
Teijinconex meta-aramid offering highly durable heat resistance and flame retardation for use in aerospace and safety products
Endumax ultra high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) provides superior strength, dimensional stability, light weight and durability as demanded in airfreight containers and hard ballistic panels
Tenax ThermoPlastics including TenaxTM TPUD carbon fiber thermoplastic unidirectional pre-impregnated tapes featuring PEEK and PPS resins that allow fast processing, low scrap rates, high mechanical performance, chemical resistance and recyclability for use in various kinds of industrial applications
Fabric and Unidirectional Prepregs, Adhesives, RTM Resins and Coatings based on Polyimide, Bismaleimide, Siloxane, Epoxy or Cyanate Ester chemistry. These are well suited for applications requiring continuous use temperature resistance as high as 700°F.
CAMX is organized by the Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE) and the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA), the two largest and most prestigious composites organizations in the U.S. with a global network of composite industry professionals.