Composite materials are gaining ground in almost every industry sector. Durable, light and insensitive to corrosion, they are becoming more and more sophisticated. Today, you’ll find them in longboards, aircraft seats, trains and trailers, bus shelters and satellite dishes. Tomorrow, they may be everywhere.
The volume and number of applications of composite materials is growing steadily. Composite materials are lighter than most other materials. They offer low transportation costs and require minimum heavy equipment during installation.
They can be bent, curved and joined together in an almost limitless range of geometric configurations. Their durability and weather resistance mean less maintenance and cleaning cost over time. Potential applications for these high-strength, weight-saving materials are limitless.
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