Carbon fiber reinforced composite Windform RS and Glass fiber reinforced composite Windform LX 3.0 from CRP Technology's Windform Top-Line, passed Esa standard screening outgassing tests: they are officially approved for the construction of applications to launch into Space.
The majority of CRP Technology’s Windform Top-Line composites are already approved for space applications. Now, now two more of the company’s carbon fiber reinforced composite materials are officially compliant with Esa outgassing requirements. Passing the outgassing tests is a crucial factor for those who supply materials to the Space industry.
The test was conducted in the μVCM facility of the TEC-QEE laboratory at Esa’s Estec technical centre in Noordwijk, the Netherlands.
Windform RS and Windform LX 3.0 join Windform XT 2.0 which passed both Esa and Nasa standard screening outgassing tests while Windform SP and Windform GT already passed Nasa standard screening outgassing tests.
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