Milan, Italy – Polyurethane machinery maker Cannon Afros is set to hold a conference to demonstrate the company’s innovation in the production of carbon fibre reinforced polymers (CFRP) composites from end-of-life carbon in epoxy and polyurethane.
The team behind the company’s Cresim Project will showcase its innovation for using waste material, or RFC – reclaimed fibre composites, with an epoxy resin although Cannon told Utech.polyurethane.com the system can be used for polyurethane formulations too.
The event is scheduled to take place on Tuesday 27 May and Wednesday 28 May, 2014 at Cannon's facility near Milan, Italy.
According to the company, it is currently delivering machines for fast resin transfer moulding that will use polyurethane only.
To sign up for the conference and workshop visit here