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Composite materials have applications across numerous industries. Please get in touch with us if we can be of help after reviewing the further details down below.

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The marine industry

Was one of the first to realise the advantages of the composites, especially the simple techniques and resistance to corrosion. But the sea is a very demanding testing environment on which to test the ageing of the materials, as the permanent impacts of salt, ultraviolet, and continuous wave hits real challenges for the material’s resistance.

Therefore, shipbuilding is the largest market for composites, i.e. composites are used almost everywhere. Minesweepers, mega-yachts, sailboats, motorboats, boats, kayaks, and other vessels widely use polyester and epoxy resins, gelcoat, core material, fiberglass and, in some cases, carbon fibre.

  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

Wind generator blades are the largest parts in this industry.

Using composite materials, the blade weight was reduced, and the length increased up to 100 metres, which significantly increases the efficiency of energy production and speeds up investment payback.

We are proud that our suppliers work with the world’s biggest wind turbines producers and tide and wave energy equipment manufacturers.

  1. Epoxy resins
  2. Consumables for vacuum infusion
  3. Fiberglass fabrics
  4. Carbon fabrics
  5. Structural PET foam panels

Composite materials have long been used in passenger and cargo cars and public transport,

though mostly under the hood and inside the car. Lately, the popularity of composites in these industries has increased.

Starting with exotic applications, like supercar or Formula 1 bolide parts, the demand for lightweight structures and increased fuel efficiency has motivated the largest car producers to develop composite use in their products.
New high-speed production techniques shift fiberglass and carbon fibre to mass production.

Our suppliers have been involved in all kinds of automotive projects, from under-structure and cosmetic body panels to composite wheels.

  1. Polyester resins and gelcoats
  2. Epoxy resins
  3. Prepregs
  4. Consumables for vacuum infusion and autoclaving
  5. Fiberglass fabrics
  6. Carbon fabrics

Fire retardant solutions for passenger safety is a railway’s number one rule.

The standards are really strict, while, at the same time, the industry is looking for more lightweight and practical solutions. Railway transport is developing, in particular, by reducing the weight of the rolling stock. It is a demand for high-speed transportation, where reduced weight leads to increased speed, delivery capacity, and comfort for passengers.

The future of the world market of railway composites is quite promising.

Today, composites are rarely used in the structural elements of the rolling stock; instead, they serve as decorative details, window frames, front masks, floors, and panels. The products must meet the requirements of fire resistance, smoke release, toxicity as per GOST and EN standards.

The producers of the original equipment are subject to strict compliance requirements. Our company is experienced in working with fire-retardant and non-flammable solutions for rolling stock, public transport, and ship building.

  1. Flame retardant polyester resins and gelcoats
  2. Fiberglass fabrics and glass mates

Composite tanks, pipes and profiles.

Are popular in many industries due to their special properties, such as the high strength to weight ratio, corrosion resistance and the adjustability to specific design requirements. As the properties of the raw materials and production techniques have notably improved lately, the use of composite pipes and vessels has increased, too.

Modern technologies produce pipes and tanks that are able to withstand pressures of up to 300 bars, temperatures of up to 200 ºC and abrasions, resist aggressive acids and caustics and store and transport drinking water.

Usually, fiberglass pipes and tanks operate in the oil and gas industry, water supply, sewage, water purification plants, heating lines, and chemical factories.

  1. Polyester resins and gelcoats
  2. Epoxy resins
  3. Reinforcing materials and rovings

Wind energy, solar panels, water and tide energy – all the environmentally friendly methods to produce and store energy use composite materials. This is because of their amazing ‘operating properties to weight’ ratio and corrosion resistance.

The sanitaryware industry

have long been used composites. They are the materials of choice, as they ensure high strength, chemical resistance, high rigidity, and freedom of design, making possible the complex shapes and solutions that are impossible with other techniques.

Modern composite materials offer lightweight and high-quality decorative products, meeting the world sanitary standards.

Composites can be combined with other materials (ABS plastic, acryl) to reinforce structures or as an outer layer to protect the product from wear, UV light, or chemicals. A composite is successfully used to imitate natural materials, which ensures the light weight and low price of the finishing materials and allows the creation of complex shapes.

  1. Polyester resins and gelcoats
  2. Rrelease agents

Sports and leisure.

Composites can be found in many types of sporting equipment: apline, water sports, sky gliding, bycycling and ect.


  1. glass fiber
  2. carbon fiber
  3. prepregs
  4. core materials
  5. epoxy