Alutex Slave Boards "Made in America" with natural fibers and a corn starch resin that facilitates new biobased product development

Top Quote Alutex™ is a reinforced thermoplastic composite panel manufactured by laminating skins on to chopped long natural fibers and a biobased polypropylene core. The reinforcing fibers are the primary load carriers of the material, with the matrix component transferring the load from fiber to fiber. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 05, 2016 - Nelson, New Zealand - Environmentally Friendly Alutex™ Slave Boards. Tawaho Management Services, a sustainable market development company, in collaboration with American-based New Composite Partners, has recently announced the availability of a new exciting product to replace conventional platform or single thick panels used as a support base for palletized loads in rack-storage facilities or production systems, Alutex™ Slave Boards!

    Alutex™ Slave Boards are "Made in America" with natural fibers and a corn starch resin that facilitates the marriage of new biobased product development with sophisticated manufacturing skill and knowledge. The tremendous commercial importance of the composites industry offers a chance, by using products like Alutex™, to enhance the global environment by replacing petrochemical based products with natural, renewable based products.

    Alutex™ composite panels offer a flexible solution with the advantage of being able to select just the right combination of fiber reinforcement and resin material to meet both the application and property requirements of a finished application for end users.

    These extremely durable sheets are dimensionally accurate and will work time after time with your automated material handling equipment. Our design resists deflection under heavy loads and there are no splinters or metal fasteners to harm your products or cause injury to your employees. Alutex™ Slave Boards are completely reversible and can be used with either side up or down. Optional scuffing on the deck surfaces retards product slippage during conveying or when used with lift trucks.

    A light weight, cost effective logistics solution, the Alutex™ Slave Board has a weight capacity equal to or greater than wood boards currently in use. The Alutex™ Slave Board is also FDA approved for food contact use while being constructed of corrosion resistant, nontoxic, 100% recyclable, eco-friendly materials.
    Alutex™ Slave Boards are currently "Made in America" from a line of products offered by New Composite Partners. For more information contact Tawaho Management Services at +64 (03) 365-3373 or by email at info ( @ ) naturalcenter dot co dot nz

    Tawaho Management Services is a trusted provider of environmental market development services. Located in Nelson, New Zealand; the company is proud to advise some of the most successful companies in the province. Tawaho Management Limited holds commercial rights for Alutex™ products in Australasia.

    New Composite Partners is a company built on the assumption that there is intrinsic value in producing tangible products and services for industry which promote environmental sustainability by utilizing renewable, biobased, and recycled feedstock. Located in Edgerton, Wisconsin; the company maintains a solid core of business in proprietary offerings working with industry partners in the development, promotion, marketing, and sale of renewable products which are "Made in America".

    Any views or opinions presented in this press release do not necessarily represent those of the company and are not intended to make defamatory statements or to infringe or authorize any infringement of copyright or any other legal right by communications. The company will not accept any liability in respect of such communications.

    Source: J & A Horizons

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