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As architectural glass becomes more prominent in modern buildings, Morgan Advanced Materials has slashed its lead times for its Halroll FS fused silica rollers used for glass tempering, after expanding its distributor network into North America.
As glass becomes a more prominent design feature in modern cars, Morgan Advanced Materials has slashed its lead times for Halroll FS fused silica rollers used for glass tempering, by expanding its distributor network footprint into North America.
A sophisticated structural steel fire protection system from Morgan Advanced Materials has been certified for the fire protection of structural steelwork in compliance with the EU Construction Products Regulation (Regulation 305/2011/EU).
A global manufacturer of automotive components is predicting widespread use of alumina and silicon carbide components in the electric vehicle market as OEMs face mounting pressure to reduce emissions and improve efficiency.
Work on a state of the art research facility has officially begun, as part of a joint collaboration between Morgan Advanced Materials and Penn State University aimed at driving innovation in the field of carbon science.
As China’s reliance on nuclear energy to sustain its growing population continues to rise, Morgan Advanced Materials has pioneered a unique integrated carbon brush and brush holder which enables greater ease of installation and improved operational safety in nuclear applications.
With a number of potential insulation fiber types to choose from, Wendy Evans of Morgan Advanced Materials’ Thermal Ceramics business outlines some of the reasons why more and more domestic boilers manufacturers are turning to Alkaline Earth Silicate wool to deliver enhanced energy efficiency, design flexibility and improved health and safety.
Morgan Advanced Materials has partnered with global aerospace giant Airbus Safran Launchers (ASL) to develop and manufacture ceramic thruster chambers to aid satellite propulsion using ion beam engines. The products are being developed using Morgan’s proprietary high performance alumina materials, which are proven to deliver exceptional electrical properties.
As the world looks towards more sustainable sources of energy generation, many countries are continuing to increase their investment in wind turbine technology, with China and the US leading the globe in the adoption of wind energy. In fact, it is widely expected that the global wind power market will reach 760.35 GW by 2020, as continents such as Europe continue to support wind power initiatives with new legislation to reduce carbon emissions. Whilst wind turbines are undoubtedly in demand, this increase in their adoption presents a number of challenges for windfarm owners and maintenance engineers, as turbines typically have a limited lifespan. Repairs are difficult to carry out, give that the replacement of parts can be costly and any engineering work needs to be carried out up to 100m off the ground. As a solution, many in the industry are focusing on improving the reliability of these devices at all costs. In this article, George Finley and Paul Kling from Morgan Advanced Materials explore some of the most effective maintenance techniques for wind turbine management, taking a look at the consequences of turbine failure.
As aluminium becomes the material of choice for automotive manufacturing, a global leader in advanced material development and application is helping aluminium casters to improve quality of output and reduce rejections by avoiding metal contamination in the melting and holding process.