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Conductive Composites opens fibre coating facility in Utah
Conductive Composites, a leading developer of electrically conductive polymers and composite solutions, has opened a new, coated fibre production plant in Cleveland, Utah.
Nathan Hansen, president of Conductive Composites said, “This new production plant will produce more than double our capacity, and will immediately help meet pressing demand for our Nickel Vapor Deposition coated fibres. We owe a lot to our customers, local governments, and especially our federal programs for helping make this expansion possible, which is needed to meet production demands for defense applications in parallel with our growing commercial business.”
Located in Country region of Emery County, UT, Conductive Composites’ new production facility has been named the Castle Valley Advanced Materials Manufacturing Facility, or Castle Valley plant. The facility has ample headspace and two full-scale production lines, with room to add a third line. In addition, the facility has an environmentally controlled quality lab, maintenance shop, storage, packaging/shipping areas, offices, and meeting spaces. The site selected in Cleveland, Utah, sits on 840 acres and provides land, power, and infrastructure for future expansions, according to a company press release.
Conductive Composites develops and delivers conductivity-based polymer and composite solutions that answer the combined demands of conductivity and shielding performance in lightweight materials systems. (GK)