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
With a core composite solution using infused Divinycell P60, Diab and business partner Chimpex have made a light yet sturdy nose for the Alstom high-speed train ETR 675 for NTV (Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiattori SpA ), a private transport companies network in Italy.
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Diab will participate in JEC World 2017, in Paris, France, from March 14 to 16.
Starting June 17, 2017 in Lucaya, Grand Bahama Island in the Caribbean, the Bahamas 400 Open and Elite races present the ultimate adventure and an unforgettable challenge to rowers.
Lütje Yachts builds the high-performance Lütje 35 Daysailor using ProBalsa.
Vision of the Fjords was built using Diab Composite Solutions. It is the largest commercial passenger boat to be built in sandwich carbon fiber.
The ICERP-JEC Innovation Award within the Marine segment goes to Diab/CCG and Aquarius Shipyard for innovative use of a single shot resin infusion process with stiffeners for the hull and deck or all kinds of vessels.
Light weight makes all the difference when it comes to reducing fuel consumption. Using 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.
The 40 meter long and 15 meter wide vessel runs the route between Flåm and Gudvangen, with a capacity of 400 passengers. Powered by batteries while going through the vulnerable Nærøyfjord, it takes sightseeing to a new – and more sustainable – level.
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.
Diab is wholly owned by Ratos.
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