Enduratex is pleased to support CFFA (Chemical Fabrics & Film Association) in its new CEU offering, CFFA Coated Fabric Construction and Testing, according to Eric Petersen (pictured above), director of sales & marketing for Enduratex and a member of the CFFA board.
“The goal of this CEU-accredited course is to provide education on coated fabrics, including the history of coated fabrics, exploration of various constructions, education on additives, backings and different manufacturing processes as well as testing. The CEU is now available through AEC Daily’s site, https://aecdai.ly/cffa,” he added.
Additionally, Fahlgren Mortine has provided a non-CEU version that members may use via Dropbox.
“Beyond providing CEU credits, we feel confident that this course/presentation will serve as an excellent tool and provide tremendous information on Coated Fabrics to the design community,” added Petersen.
Enduratex is known for providing performance upholstery fabrics to the automotive, hospitality, marine, healthcare and spa industries. Headquartered in Corona in southern California, Enduratex has U.S. product warehouses in Lebanon, TN, and La Mirada, CA. Its parent company, China General Plastics Corporation, is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.
China General Plastics Corporation of America, or Enduratex, is part of U.S.I., a $2.3-billion publicly traded company on the Taiwan Stock Exchange.