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What does LFRT stand for?

LFRT stands for Long Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic (materials)

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The manufacturing technologies of long fiber reinforced thermoplastics (LFT) can be divided into two groups: they are compounded on in-line blending units directly before processing (direct processing, D-LFT) or supplied as ready-to-use pellets (P-LFT).
RKT Kunststoffe GmbH of Kongen, Germany, is producing front-end frames for different types of VW Golfs and VW Polos using the technology of direct processing of long fiber reinforced thermoplastics (D-LFT) that it developed jointly with Coperion Werner & Pfleiderer.
Titles of some recently published reports include: - E-Commerce: What Customers Value -- Focus On Engineering Resins - Profit Opportunities in Long Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites, 2001 - Emerging Developments in Automotive 42-Volt Systems, 2001-2010 - Engineering Thermoplastic Compounding Western Europe, 2001 Several reports currently in progress include: - Active Packaging: Beyond Barriers, 2002 - Alternatives to Paint Systems for Automotive Plastics, 2001 - Polyamide -- Western Europe, 2002 For a print copy of BRG's multiclient report catalog, or a detailed prospectus of any of the reports contained therein, please contact Abbe Scheiner, Commercial Director, at 1-973-347-5300 or ascheiner@brgtownsend.