This new autoclave will be used in R&D for the study of composite materials in one of the most important universities of Europe.

University of Budapest (Hungary) has confirmed the purchase of a new Olmar autoclave for the treatment of composite materials (composites) and R&D works. This equipment will be part of a major program of R&D driven by the University, allowing its students and researchers have the most advanced technologies for the development of their studies in this area.

With over 230 years of history, the University of Budapest is considered one of the most relevant schools of research in Europe, mainly due to the presence of important teachers and top scientists, students from many different countries and a huge variety of studies: from mechanical and civil engineering to architecture, biotechnology and natural sciences.

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