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Composites

Composites are defined as materials which consist of not less than two different component materials, neither of which are well suited for construction purposes on their own, but which in combination result in a very strong and rigid material.

On this page you can find out more about the individual stages of production that our composites go through. 

 

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10 advantages of fiberglass
Fibreglass profiles are a cost-effective alternative to traditional materials such as concrete, steel, aluminium and timber. Whereas these materials have only one primary strength, GRP combines a number of advantages.
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Pultrusion
Pultrusion is a process that enables continuous production of composite profiles with constant cross sections and tailored material properties.
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Reinforcement
The role of reinforcement in composite materials is primarily to add mechanical properties to the material such as strength and stiffness.
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Matrix
The role of the matrix in a composite profile is partly to bind the reinforcement together, and partly to keep the reinforcement correctly positioned in relation to the cross section with a view to optimal utilization of the mechanical properties.
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Design options
The Fiberline pultrusion process offers the designer major freedom regarding the geometry, properties and design of the finished solution.
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Download area
On this page you can find more information about our products, e.g. data sheets, safety and how to videos.
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