Intake Manifold: Light, Inexpensive, and Good for the Environment
A new glassfiber-reinforced polypropylene is on the verge of raising the bars to unprecedented heights in the areas of savings in production costs and environmental balance for vehicle intake manifolds. Its market potential is enormous, as is the challenge posed to the material, which is infringing polyamides’ long-standing domain. First serial applications are manifolds for fuel engines in Volkswagen vehicles.Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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