FLEXcon recently announced it participated in a signing ceremony at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio, to mark FLEXcon’s manufacturing and marketing of Glenn’s patent-pending polyimide aerogels. The aerogels are used for aerospace applications such as insulation for cryotanks and spacesuits, as well as more down-to-Earth uses in construction, refrigeration, and pipe insulation.
The aerogel technology is also used as a layer of the high-pressure extravehicular activity gloves for a NASA Small Business Innovation Research contract. The goal is to develop advanced spacesuit gloves suitable for use in the Martian environment and other long duration missions.
Top 5 News that Sticks for September 13-19
1. FLEXcon Supplies NASA with Polyimide Aerogel Technology (#5 last week)
4. Ellsworth Adhesives Partners with Henkel Loctite for Medical Webcast (#3 last week)