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Lantor, based in Veenendaal in the Netherlands, provides a range of flexible core solutions for composites with its Coremat and Soric branded nonwovens and at JEC 2014 in Paris introduced a flexible nonwoven for heating and de-icing applications.

Lantor already supplies conductive nonwovens for the cable industry so its latest electrical conductive veil, created with a carbon-like conductive additive, was a logical development.

The key was to retain the material’s conductive properties once impregnated with polyester or epoxy resin systems. This has been successfully achieved – the heated veil works well at both low voltages of below 100 volts and at over 230 volts and can achieve up to 2kW/m2 of power.

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