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OAS News

  • 18 Apr.
    /2019

    OAS signs supply agreement with Polkima A.S.

    OAS and Polkima A.S. announced at JEC 2019 that they have signed a supply agreement for OAS’s Onto™ product. The use of Onto™ in Polkima’s production process will reduce surface preparation time by 90%, speeding up this part of the …

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  • 7 Mar.
    /2019

    OAS to exhibit at JEC Paris 2019

    Oxford Advanced Surfaces will be exhibiting at JEC World 2019 – the largest composites show in the world – which runs from 12-14 March. We will be joining other innovators from the UK composites sector in the ‘UK Pavilion’ that …

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  • 3 Apr.
    /2017

    OAS unveil new UV-curable adhesion promotion system

    Oxford Advanced Surfaces (OAS), a specialist surface modification and advanced materials company, has launched a revolutionary new adhesion promotion surface treatment that can be cured using UV light. OAS has gained a reputation for developing a range of versatile and …

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  • 10 Oct.
    /2016

    Recognition for OAS at British Engineering Excellence Awards

    Oxford Advanced Surfaces was a finalist in the ‘Materials Application of the Year’ category at the recent 2016 British Engineering Excellence Awards. Our awards submission was based on the benefits of using our patented Onto™ reactive chemistry platform to prepare …

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  • 20 Jun.
    /2016

    OAS make the headlines in the local press

    Oxford Advanced Surfaces made the headlines on the business pages of the Oxford Mail newspaper last week after speaking about its recycled carbon fibre feasibility study. The company got in touch with journalist Kieran Davey to tell him about how …

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