Cristex at the Advanced Engineering Exhibition 2018

Cristex at the Advanced Engineering Exhibition 2018

As the Advanced Engineering show celebrates its 10th edition this year, Cristex celebrates its 8th! We are proud to contribute to such an evolutionary exhibition, bringing together manufactures and suppliers of all sizes to further their processes. Innovation is a major element of the show and an important factor to us here at Cristex, we believe it is crucial to achieve sustainable improvements in our product and processes and therefore increase quality by innovation.

At the show which takes place on the 31st of October and 1st of November 2018 at the NEC in Birmingham, Cristex will be featuring a range of products suitable for various markets i.e. Aerospace, Automotive, Marine and Construction to name a few.

Moreover, they will be showcasing a new range of fire-resistant materials recently launched by their partner, SAERTEX. The SAERTEX Leo Coated Fabric has the highest level of fire resistance integrated in the fabric and meets the most demanding fire protection requirements for Rail transportation, the Marine sector and the Construction industry.

Cristex will also feature a range of other products from their partners:

  • G. Angeloni, a manufacture of fabrics using Carbon, Aramid, Thermoplastics and Hybrid fabrics.
  • Eurocarbon, a producer of Tubular and Flat Braids, Woven Tapes and fabrics mainly used in the composite industry.
  • Elantas Europe, a leading manufacturer and supplier of Epoxy Resin and Adhesives for the manufacturing of composite parts.

“We are excited to exhibit at the 2018 show, we have a number of products as well as services that we know will benefits our customers and prospect customers,” said Director, Bruce Craig.

If you would like to arrange a meeting with Cristex at the Advanced Engineering show on the 31st of October and the 1st of November, please contact for more information.

If you would like to just pop by for a coffee, Cristex will be in hall 3A stand P100.

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