Excellent strength to weight. An all-purpose grade used in multiple industries
High-temperature resistant core suitable for prepreg applications
High-performance core for extremely demanding applications such as fast marine hulls
Superior strength to weight. Used in multiple industries, including wind and marine
A PET core with excellent FST properties used in transport and construction industries
A recyclable core material used in a variety of applications such as domes and claddings
Well-suited for use as local inserts in the way of fittings, either tapped or bolted through
A thermoplastic core material designed to increase performance and decrease weight
An aerospace core available with comprehensive quality documentation and traceability
A sandwich core with excellent FST properties, suitable in commercial aircrafts interiors
Core material for subsea applications, used from sea level to 700 meters depth
A deep-water subsea syntactic foam used for depths from 700 to 10,000 meters
A core with excellent insulation properties, for low and cryogenic temperatures
Used in marine and wind applications in combination with foam
A selection of the most widely used and preferred finishing options
We are privileged to have participated in product innovation and development for some of the world’s leading companies in a variety of segments. The advances they’ve been able to make using sandwich composites and other solutions are truly exciting.
Look at some of our case stories and find inspiration for your own applications. You can filter by segments for quicker reference within your market.
The lobby of this premium condominium in Bangkok, Thailand, is brightened by the innovative lights made of core composites.
The façade of Hub Zero, a family entertainment park in Dubai, lights up in an ever-changing pattern. Composite cassettes made it possible.
Diab and Chimpex Industriale have contributed to the development of the FRP sandwich solution to be used for the front of the ETR 675.
The Bahamas 400 races present the ultimate adventure and an unforgettable challenge to rowers with boats made of Diab core composite solutions.
Lütje Yachts builds the high-performance Lütje 35 Daysailor using ProBalsa.
With the fastest 75m acceleration run in the country, at a blistering 3.807s, the REV2 became the fastest FSAE race car in America in 2016.
Combining the charm of traditional wooden boats with modern technology, vessels from Symphony Boat Company are light, sturdy and easy to maintain.
Consuming a mere 3.3 liters/NM at 30 knots, the new Air Supported Vessel (ASV) from Tuco was built using a Divinycell core and carbon fiber laminates.
An ideal solution for Canadian manufacturer FDC Composites, Divinycell F fulfills all regulations for interior applications of commercial airlines.
A hybrid-electric carbon fiber catamaran, Vision of the Fjords was designed for environmentally-friendly sightseeing in the Norweigan Nærøyfjord.
Swedish aerospace developer and manufacturer BlackWing is reshaping flight with a composite sport aircraft built using Divinycell Matrix materials.
Italian manufacturer FFPANELS have introduced FABYWALL, a marble structural panel with a Divinycell core that provides strength and durability at a reduced weight.
Extremely durable and able to withstand great depths, the Divinycell HCP is used by renowned film-maker and shark expert Joe Romeiro.
AvL Technologies produces high-performance mobile satellite antennas for numerous applications using Diab’s Divinycell composite materials.
Using Divinycell core materials, Vietnam-based TRIAC Composites has designed and manufactured a fast and powerful trimaran yacht that offers unparalleled comfort and safety.
Diab’s Composites Consulting Group (CCG) provided manifold design and infusion training for the construction of an exterior stairwell enclosure at Lawrence Technological University in Michigan.
Taiwan’s first Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) manufacturer, DWTEK, has partnered with Diab to build an Asia-wide subsea inspection system.
Case description: deBotech Inc., a leading American manufacturer of high-end performance composite products, has produced a lightweight foilboard with a Divinycell foam core that stands up to even the toughest professional riders.
Using Divinycell H, Eaton Marine, LLC has designed and manufactured boats for Abu Dhabi’s first passenger ferry service, where visitors and residents can travel in business class-style comfort.
Meet the next-generation stylish family yacht that offers top performance and great fuel efficiency. Roger Hill’s latest creation “Bajaca” is a twin hull boat built in Divinycell core material. Light and sleek, it virtually slices through the water, giving a smooth and stable ride.
Although experts in flats boat technology, MBC turned to the Composites Consulting Group (CCG) to further improve their production process and maximize efficiency.
The new Shark G2R ROV from Rovotics owes its professional finish to advanced CNC-processed syntactic foam kits from Diab.
Marine Concepts and CCG helped Boston Whaler with a challenging new mold design that required new, lighter tooling sets.
Norwegian boat builder Selfa Arctic AS has used Divinycell H to build the world’s first electric fishing boat.
Using Diab’s core materials, RiversEdge Composites in Florida produces high-performance fiber reinforced panels (FRP) that offer a great potential in a wide range of industrial applications.
Danish company SSP Technology used Diab materials and core infusion technology to design and manufacture the world’s so far largest wind turbine blade.
Affan Innovative Structures have designed a ladybug-shaped media center for the new Al Jalila Children’s Hospital in Dubai.
CTruk Boats design and build advanced, high-speed composite marine craft using vacuum resin infusion and Diab’s Divinycell core composite materials.
Chinese manufacturer of train components enters the marine segment, introducing a stylish 55-feet yacht – the VL550.
Asteria Aerospace’s flagship product, the CYGNUS A10, is a mini UAV that features a Divinycell core and a full HD camera.
Malaysian manufacturer DK Composites recently finished the construction of an innovative Divinycell-based bus stop roof for research purposes.
It’s time to say goodbye to bulky and heavy pressure hulls on unmanned deep-sea vehicles. The German engineering company Enitech successfully replaces them with significantly lighter, high-performance syntactic foams distributed by Diab.
Placed in remote areas with limited access, the five new telescope sites built by KASI will be protected by lightweight, maintenance-free domes made of Divinycell core material and manufactured by Deco Composites.
A leader in composite constructions, Affan Innovative Structures LCC, is building a spectacular head office in Diab core materials.
Sonya Baumstein, 29, is about to cross the Pacific alone in a rowing boat made of Divinycell. Now that’s what we call courage!
Being an extension of your body, the paddle for standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an important piece of equipment.
Composites Consulting Group and Aquarius Fibreglas join forces to build a fully infused Fast Interceptor Boat.
Multimarine Manufacturing’s latest creation, the Rapier 550, beats pretty much every other cruising sailboat.
Partly funded by the European Commission in a project called BB GREEN.
The result is a lightweight shower plate with the highest degree of functionality and durability.
Divinycell sets the stage for the Opening Ceremony at Sochi 2014 Winter Games
The Stockholm ferry operator Ballerina has introduced its first battery-powered ferry built in composites.
Meet Bente 24. A modern folk boat – racy, yet affordable. Built with Divinycell, this innovative prototype awaits a commercial builder.
Experience the definition of secluded luxury. Topped by a Divinycell ceiling, Iniala Beach House beckons with tranquil extravagance.
Imagine a boat you can lift and take along on your car roof. Divinycell-cored EzyTopper is perhaps the world’s lightest fishing boat.
Bigger, stronger, more seaworthy. That is the fishing boat of the future. That is the M/S Bluefin purse seiner from Mundal Boat of Norway.
Composites help architects realize previously unimaginable structures, such as the enormous canopy over Abu Dhabi's premier shopping mall.
Strengthened by Divinycell, Union Station’s new ticket pavilion has quickly become an iconic symbol for thousands of travelers.
Thailand-based ASIA CATAMARANS specializes in high-performance cruising, cutting weight and gaining strength with 100% Divinycell foams.
NSR is set to revolutionize the total cost of ownership (TCO) for containers, using composites instead of metal for lightweight strength.
Do you get seasick on a boat and have a fear of flying? Worry no more. In the future, we may all be travelling in so called WIGs or flying boats.
Hart Marine’s composite-cored pilot boats guide ships to safety through Port Phillip Bay’s rough passage 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
75-year-old Sven Yrvind prepares to sail non-stop around the world with a 10-foot boat he has built himself using Divinycell composites.
Chennai, India’s new metro system will feature modern driver cabs built with Divinycell P60 to meet the highest fire and safety standards.
Using Divinycell to mesh technology with design, Oxford Architects put nature in focus to electrify England’s new HS2 high-speed rail link.
Like boating and camping? Meet “Boat A Home” — an ingenious houseboat/caravan from Poppy’s Fibreglass featuring Diab infusion technology.
When racer Eddie Jordan goes offshore, it is in an iconic Sunseeker. His latest 155 Yacht, featuring Divinycell core, is the largest yet.
What is the future of sculpture? The architects behind Virtual Tectonics 1, a complex three-dimensional sculpture, believe in composites.
Reducing weight is critical in flight simulation. For Norco’s Reality 7 simulator, choosing Divinycell sandwich saved hundreds of kilos.
For Pennsylvania-based parts manufacturing company Leading Edge Composites, Inc., Divinycell is the leading choice for composite material.
Catering to the skateboarding subculture, N2R Skate’s state-of-the-art longboards featuring Diab cores are practically indestructible.
Hundreds of pedestrians and cyclists cross this lightweight bridge engineered by CCG to find a hidden family gem in Perth, Australia.
With a body built entirely of composites, Brazil’s Aeromovel commuter train moves people on air without polluting our air.
Lightweight and luxurious, ergonomic seats developed for the aerospace industry find their way into Chinese passenger trains.
Renowned for seaworthy trawlers and small luxury yachts, South Coast Marine makes a big move to mega yachts featuring Divinycell H80.
Norwegian boat-builder Jostein Viksund believes in the power of composites to drive a more lucrative tuna fishing industry for Sri Lanka.
Looking for technical expertise in infusion composites, University of Padua partnered with Diab for the innovative 1001VELA sailing race.
Tenerife’s Arquitectura en el Agua sets modular structures afloat with tons of options, from restaurants to concert stages to hospitals.
Planning to cross the Arctic Ocean, Polar explorers Roubinet and Berthet choose Divinycell to construct their sturdy, light hybrid boat.
ASB utilizes all the benefits of composite solutions in the construction of an innovative reflector.
Florida-based boatyard Sea Force IX uses composite solutions to combine high-performance sports fishing with five-star luxury yachting.
The eye-catching dome of this Saudi Arabian royal university rises above with composite sheets covered in mosaic and gold.
Australian company Free Spirit constructs caravans tough enough for off-roading and light enough to make towing enjoyable.
Mark Nannini of Rhode Island-based Highland Solution Services started with a sunken boat and now has a thriving small business.
Refurbishing Garema Court in Canberra to reach 4.5 stars in the NABERS energy program shows the flexibility of sandwich composites.
Outfitting Olympic and World Champions, Spanish canoe manufacturer Román Mangas sources only the most advanced materials.
Setting new standards for patient care in the Gulf, only a spectacular entry roof would do for this ultra-modern medical center in Qatar.
The world’s largest civilian manufacturer of private airplanes, Cirrus’s new SF50 has an all-composite airframe and sandwich construction.
Craftway Engineers’ highly sophisticated, Diab-cored FRP boat is the first such composite vessel constructed entirely on site in India.
Most common in sailing racers, carbon-fiber composites are the basis for this famed yacht designer’s remarkable new motor yacht.
Founded in 1938 when most ships were still built with wood, today AF Theriault merges tradition and tech in lightweight, sturdy boats.
The length of ten London buses, this record-breaking, Diab-cored blade is part of a project to develop a 7MW offshore wind turbine.
Supported by CCG, Solas Marine Lanka Private Ltd. delivers first four of 76 high-speed interception craft to the Indian Navy.
Reaching 70 knots in calm and over 45 knots in Sea State 3, Malaysia’s new intervention craft offer helicopter speed, yet more versatility.
With intriguing shapes and practical solutions, CCG helps Euskalduna Palace add 2,200 m2 without affecting the well-known façade.
With the freedom to create intriguing shapes, architects use Diab materials in a stylish shelter for pleasant commuting in Saint-Nazaire.
Debated for some time, CCG compares double bagging with single-bag infusion and presents its findings at Florida composites convention.
With unique composite louvers, architects blend form and function for an elegant sustainable footprint at BBVA’s massive headquarters.
A trusted name in fiberglass composites, Formcrete Fiberglass Products adds vacuum infusion to its molding techniques with CCG’s help.
One of India’s blue chip companies, Mahindra teams with Ocean Blue and Diab to create India’s first production boatyard.
The Quintessential, a 30m catamaran, posed unique weight and design challenges, solved with different composites based on Diab materials.
Part of a total renovation for the 2014 World Cup, a prized mosaic at Maracana stadium is restored on a base of durable composite panels
When the most admired luxury shipyard in Brazil launched an international product range, they turned to CCG for optimized infusion.
A strong believer in Diab, Swedish-owned North Sea Boats enters into a deeper partnership with exciting projects on the drawing board.
Composites are key for Carmenta’s chic furniture, allowing customizable balance of weight, mechanical resistance, insulation and aesthetics.
Focused on modern, sustainable marine exploration, Ageotec develops advanced underwater systems, including ROVs with Diab core material.
DK Composites teams with Diab to lighten monorail structures, such as ceilings developed to save more than 400 kg per train carriage.
Long-time Diab partner and renowned Norwegian boatbuilder Brødrene Aa delivers its longest ferry yet in carbon-fiber sandwich at 41 m long.
In sports, every advantage counts. Firewire, today’s leader in alternative surfboards, relies on Diab to stay at the cutting edge.
Indochine Yachts Ltd. creates Vietnam’s first catamaran, featuring a light, strong Divinycell hull that surprised local authorities.
For Thailand-based Clarasonic, Diab core materials are key to achieving composite speaker cones with excellent acoustic performance.
At just 1110g each, Ridea skis weigh 50% less than the previous record holders and contain only a fraction of the resin used in normal skis.
Celebrated leader in composite vessels and longtime Diab partner, Brødrene Aa launches first ambulance boat constructed with twin hulls.
Known for catamarans with perfect balance of comfort and performance, Outremer’s ambitious flagship will no doubt cement that reputation.
Seigla, a strong champion for the switch to sandwich composites, delivers the world’s largest vacuum-infused fishing vessel, SAGA K.
CGC expertise in engineering and processing helps build more efficient high-quality military vessels.
Traditional noise enclosures involve serious weight tradeoffs, but a new construction reduces noise on rigs at a fraction of the burden.
A combination of Divinycell Matrix 11-9 and H100 optimizes weight and achieves environmental goals.
Divinycell H35 allows for complete creative freedom while providing full rigidity and strength.
Consistency and high quality made Divinycell the first choice for this unique structure.
New power catamarans built with Diab’s structural foam core.
The switch to closed molding has allowed for lighter and stronger boats.
Diab provides material and engineering services to new type of semi-submersible catamaran.
Engineering expertise for further improvement of speed, strength and reliability.
Divinycell P structural core ensures both strong and light traps that will meet the FST regulations.
Divinycell used in vehicles that are deployed in the world’s deepest oceans.
A combination of Matrix 7-7 and core infusion ensures weight reduction and minimizes water ingress.
Divinycell P reduces internal train noise while meeting the latest FST requirements.
Sandwich composites ensure increased safety performance and reduced weight for bus coaches.
Diab’s core materials create competitive edge for applications in wind, aerospace and automotive.
Sandwich composites and infusion make bridge cladding stiffer and stronger at half the weight.
Divinycell P ensures lightweight high-strength performance for construction.
Diab’s lightweight high-strength cores ensure optimized performance and reduced maintenance costs.
The switch to core infusion molding further improves laminate quality for offshore power catamarans.
Diab structural cores set new standards in performance and reduce weight for commercial vessels.
Diab cores provide lighter, stronger and stiffer marine vessels with economic benefits as a result.
A composite solutions specialist has turned to Diab in order to cut costs
and get materials faster.
Divinycell P, RTM and vacuum infusion improve transportation, assembly,
Diab’s sandwich composites offer improved thermal, structural and impact/damage performance.
Divinycell is used in remotely operated vehicles that are deployed in the world’s deepest oceans.
Diab’s sandwich cores and infusion process make caravans stronger and more fuel-efficient.
Using Divinycell H cores instead of steel radically cuts diesel consumption for trailers.
Using the core infusion technology, Diab optimizes the manufacturing process for wind blades.
Divinycell P ensures low expansion and deflection, while reducing weight for airbus wing fixtures.
Divinycell cores reduce weight drastically and increase accuracy for geophysical survey equipment.
Diab cores and infusion process drastically reduce fuel consumption and operating costs for vessels.
Award-winning coastal cruiser uses Divinycell cores in both the hull and deck for optimal performance.
Diab sandwich composites make trailable houseboats lightweight, strong and durable.
Diab cores are cost-efficient and can be thermoformed to the required shape.
Diab cores used in new UMV that can operate in open scenarios for extended periods of time.
Diab cores set new standards in build technology and reduce weight of special purpose vehicles.
Diab cores used in life-support system in order to provide lightweight, high-strength performance.
Expedition grade camper uses lightweight Diab cores to achieve greater strength and durability.
Diab to supply rotor blade core material, due to company's pliancy and unrivaled Divinycell material.
World leader turns to Diab to meet quality standards and FST regulations for new seating solution.
Diab cores reduce weight and improve strength and rigidity for price-winning boat.
Ocean cruising yacht uses Divinycell cores in both the hull and deck for optimal performance.
Diab cores, structural design and process optimization services used in high performance powerboats.
Diab structural cores help reduce environmental impact in marine turbines.
The switch to Diab structural cores provides greater “in-service” performance for high-speed trains.
Spectacular cladding built in Divinycell by Skandinaviska Glassystem presented with a JEC Innovation Award.
Diab has been at the leading edge of composite core material development for over sixty years, supplying a wide range of markets including marine, wind energy, transport, aerospace and industry.
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