Partners to hold reusable vacuum membrane technology open day

Alan Harper Composites together with Tamworth-based production moulder, Tower Composites are putting on a full day of demonstration featuring new ‘first time displayed’ reusable vacuum membrane technology.

Comprising an in-depth presentation session of the newest innovations to eliminate all single use plastic consumable bagging materials. The time is supported with real world live production moulding at Tower Composites enabling attendees to see for themselves the significant cost and waste savings the system now offers. 

This is a must for production moulding companies to gain confidence in understanding the significant cost-saving advances and waste reduction reusable vacuum ‘bags’ provide. It will be an eye opener for LRTM and traditional infusion moulders alike as well as the normal hand lay producer. 

This free event - with refreshments and lunch - will be held on the 4th November 2021 at Drayton Manor and Tower composites.

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