Composiflex

Architectural & Civil Engineering Products

Composiflex Expands Capabilities to Produce Lightweight Electronics Enclosures

Composiflex develops targeted expertise to satisfy specialized enclosure requirements for military and avionic electronics. ERIE, PA (September 1, 2009) - - Amazingly sophisticated electronics have been designed for use in the combat theater. These systems are deployed to provide remote communication via satellites, allow surveillance, and endow soldiers with field intelligence such as the exact...

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Materials

Composiflex Develops Process to Meet Fire, Smoke, Toxicity Standards with Non-Phenolic Composites

An advance by Composiflex allows selection of the optimal composite material based upon performance needs while still meeting fire, smoke, and toxicity requirements. ERIE, PA (February 2, 2009) - - Fiber reinforced plastic employing phenolic resin systems have commonly been used to meet FST (fire, smoke, toxicity) requirements as defined by Federal Aviation Administration standard FAR 25.853....

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RSNA 2008: Composiflex Introduces Custom Finishing

ERIE, PA (December 12, 2008) - - A unique finishing method revealed at RSNA 2008 by Composiflex, a global supplier of highly-engineered composite products, removes limitations on the appearance of composite components. Aesthetic appeal is an important consideration for medical equipment designers, particularly for highly visible patient positioning components such as cradles, overlays, and...

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Communication Systems & Equipment

Composiflex Advances Composite Medical Device Technology: Expands Capabilities to Produce MRI-Compatible Patient Positioning Systems

As a longstanding manufacturer of composite medical devices, Composiflex is responding to rising market demand for patient positioning systems that are compatible with MRI-based diagnostic procedures. Traditionally, patient positioning composite products, such as table overlays, oncology breast boards, and head and neck boards, have been operable only with CT scan, X-ray systems, and oncology...

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Health, Medical, & Dental Supplies and Equipment

Level IIIA Ballistic Shield combines visibility, safety.

Designed for user protection, HG Series features view port that spans entire shield width to optimize visibility and aiming accuracy. Contoured sides permit straighter arm positions during shooting, and ergonomic handle promotes comfort during extended use. Available in 19 x 34, 22 x 36, and 22 x 48 in. sizes, shield weighs 17 lb (22 x 36 in.) and has button-activated LED and halogen lighting...

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Explosives, Armaments, and Weaponry

Bomb Containment Device is Navy-tested for security.

Fabricated without door, 24 x 24 x 24 in. bomb containment device weighs 60 lb and permits robotic operation/transport. Materials are radiolucent to x-rays, and structure has been tested to mitigate detonation of C4 and hand grenade blasts. Potential uses span government security applications, military, munitions transport, civilian protection, mass transportation, and airlines/airports. In the...

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Company News

Composiflex Posts Record Bookings Month

New orders on the books at Composiflex strengthen backlog ERIE, PA (December 1, 2009) - Composiflex, a global supplier of highly-engineered composite products, posted a record month for new orders booked. October 2009 brought the single highest total in new order revenue since the company's start in 1985. General Manager, Mike Chesley, notes, This news is even more exciting when you consider that...

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Composiflex Breaks Ground for Expansion

Composiflex expansion is entirely focused on increasing manufacturing space, set to double the size of its production area. ERIE, PA (November 1, 2009) - - Composiflex, global supplier of highly-engineered composite products, breaks ground this month on a facility expansion that will double the available production area. Overall, the addition will increase the facility footprint by 60% but this...

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Architectural & Civil Engineering Products

Composiflex Expands Capabilities to Produce Lightweight Electronics Enclosures

Composiflex develops targeted expertise to satisfy specialized enclosure requirements for military and avionic electronics. ERIE, PA (September 1, 2009) - - Amazingly sophisticated electronics have been designed for use in the combat theater. These systems are deployed to provide remote communication via satellites, allow surveillance, and endow soldiers with field intelligence such as the exact...

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Company News

Composiflex Focuses Energy on the Wind

Composiflex offers technologies and capabilities that align with the needs of turbine manufacturers for small wind ERIE, PA (August 1, 2009) - - Composiflex, a global supplier of highly-engineered composite products, is gearing up to support the needs of wind turbine manufacturers, a market with U.S. growth of more than 30% in 2008 based upon installed generating capacity. In particular,...

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Composiflex Sees Green

Composiflex embarks on initiatives that make good business - and environmental - sense ERIE, PA (July 1, 2009) - - Composiflex, a global supplier of highly-engineered composite products, is making significant strides in improving operating efficiency with methods that are also environmentally friendly. The company uses a significant amount of electricity to power production equipment and facility...

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Composiflex Expands Manufacturing Capabilities Despite Uncertain Economic Landscape

Composiflex maintains a vertical integration" strategy to better support customers by minimizing leadtimes and retaining quality control through all stages of production ERIE, PA (June 1, 2009) - - Other companies may be curtailing capital expenses in light of current market conditions, but not so with Composiflex, a global supplier of highly-engineered composite products. Much to the contrary,...

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Materials

Composiflex Develops Process to Meet Fire, Smoke, Toxicity Standards with Non-Phenolic Composites

An advance by Composiflex allows selection of the optimal composite material based upon performance needs while still meeting fire, smoke, and toxicity requirements. ERIE, PA (February 2, 2009) - - Fiber reinforced plastic employing phenolic resin systems have commonly been used to meet FST (fire, smoke, toxicity) requirements as defined by Federal Aviation Administration standard FAR 25.853....

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Company News

Composiflex Achieves AS9100 Registration

Composiflex Registration Demonstrates Upgrade to New Standard Erie, PA - Composiflex, Inc., a global supplier of highly-engineered composite products, announces registration to AS9100 from NSF International Strategic Registrations (NSF). Upgrading the quality system to AS9100 better addresses the aerospace segment of the company's business, which continues to grow. Composiflex's quality policy...

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Composiflex Announces Registration of FlexPLY® Trademark for High Performance, Advanced Composite Springs

FlexPLY-® trademark has been assigned to Composiflex and registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ERIE, PA (March 4, 2009) - - Composiflex, global supplier of highly-engineered composite products, announces the registration of its FlexPLY® trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. This mark will be used to brand the company's line of high performance composite springs....

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Composiflex Recognized by Economic Development Corporation

Composiflex received an award from the Economic Development Corporation of Erie County for job creation and capital investment. ERIE, PA (January 27, 2009) - - During an award ceremony on January 22, 2009, Alan Hannibal, Composiflex president, accepted an award from the Economic Development Corporation of Erie County in recognition of job creation and capital investment throughout 2008....

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