Sparks, NV - ERG Materials and Aerospace is exhibiting at the CAMX material show at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. The show runs from October 30th - November 2nd. Company representatives will be on hand to answer questions about Duocel, a patented rigid foam product produced from metal, carbon, and ceramics. High-performance aerospace products based on the foam will also be on hand.
Foam and products will be on display in booth GG30 to demonstrate the abilities of this exciting material. This is a great opportunity for manufacturers and researchers to experience firsthand how open-cell foam can provide a range of lightweight, high-performance uses. Duocel® foam features high surface area to volume ratios, making it exceptional for applications requiring high performance in small design envelopes. Duocel® also has a high strength-to-weight ratio, resulting in a lightweight structure with superior impact protection. This patented material offers solutions not available with traditional technologies.
ERG has a team of experienced engineers to design custom foam-based products. Knowledgeable engineers can help optimize the proper foam specification and other project decisions customers may not be experienced with, ultimately reducing design and development time. All of ERG’s products are made in the United States.
If you can’t make it to the show, you can view a variety of ERG’s foam applications, along with engineering and production capabilities anytime on their website: https://www.ergaerospace.com/
ERG has been in business since 1967 and is the sole manufacturer of Duocel® foam, a strong, lightweight, rigid foam material with solid ligaments and a variety of uses. Duocel® foam is found in a variety of products including air/oil separators, heat sinks, energy absorbers, flame arrestors, electrodes, and more. The company has components on the space shuttle, the International Space Station, and commercial aircraft around the world. ERG specializes in solutions of all sizes and has the capacity to manufacture custom components in-house. The company holds several patents for its open-cell foam
ERG Materials and Aerospace Corp.
55 Greg Street
Sparks, NV 89431