Composite materials are becoming rather popular in the construction industry due to their significant advantages compared with traditional materials. More and more construction engineers use these modern solutions instead of concrete, steel, and wood.
Applications include structural elements, bridges, quick-assembled structures, finishing, facades, roofs, doors and windows, acoustics, landscaping, swimming pools as well as unique structures and elements.
Composite materials ensure the light weight, strength, long service life, and flexibility of the structures that cannot be achieved with other materials. These properties offer architectures and designers more flexibility to create and the freedom to design new unique structures. The light weight of the composite material also facilitates its use, requires less expensive equipment and reduces overall production expenses.
1. polyester resins and gelcoats 2. epoxy resins 3. consumables for vacuum infusion 4. structural PET foam panels 5. fiberglass fabrics and glass mats 6. carbon fabrics