Exhibiting and Attending: September and October
12 to 14 September 2023
The Battery Show North America
Revolutionizing Thermal Runaway and Fire Protection: Unlock the Power of EST™
At Morgan Advanced Materials, our cutting-edge Energy Storage Technology (EST) materials are engineered to deliver customised solutions that prevent thermal runaway propagation in electric vehicle battery systems.
See us on stand 2645.
27 to 28 September 2023
Hydrogen and Technology Expo Europe 2023
We are eager to share our next generation Superwool®, WDS® and EST™ for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies. Looking forward to meeting you Bremen.
Meet our team on stand 7C15.
24 to 27 October 2023
European Ethylene Producers Conference (EEPC)
We look forward to seeing you in Portugal for the EEPC meeting. be sure to reach out to Riccardo Cantone, Global Petrochemical and Refinery Manager to learn more about our Superwool® XTRA Fibres, JM® and K™ IFB, and WDS® Microporous solutions.
Morgan is your trusted partner for reliability for all your refractory application needs.
Exhibiting and Attending: November and December
12 to 15 November 2023
SAE Brake Colloquium
Superwool® Enfil™ Fibre formulations which produce stable friction without noise, no wheel dust, and improved pad and rotor life over a wide range of temperature, pressure, and speed.
Extensive experience working with customers all over the world to engineer, design and manufacture high performance fibres in operating environments from 500°C to 1600°C (932°F to 2912°F).
Meet Jeff Hegarty at booth 613.
29 November to 1 December 2023
19th Shanghai Heat Treatment Industrial Furnace Expo
Explore our solutions for Iron & Steel applications with our team. Our Superwool® fibres and TJM IFB for furnace solutions.
Learn about our products and systems for applications in Iron and Steel.
Technical Paper Presentations
21 to 22 August 2023
5th Oslo Battery Days Conference
Meet Richard Clark, Global Lead, Energy Storage, Morgan Advanced Materials while he is attending the conference and speaking on 'Solid-State Batteries - about to move to mainstream or already too late?'.