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A sports bench made with recycled aerospace grade carbon fiber

The Composite Recycling Technology Center (CRTC) has launched the Trident Bench, which is a sports bench made with recycled aerospace grade carbon fiber.

The bench was launched as a part of the $20M remodel project that was done by the Shore Aquatic Center (SAC) in Port Angeles, WA. SAC purchased over 400 lineal feet of the Trident Bench for crowd seating in the pool area as well as in all the locker rooms.

Steven Burke, Executive Director of the Shore Aquatic Center, said:

“The CRTC did a superb job of listening to our needs and designed and developed a bench that perfectly fit our aquatic center. The carbon fiber is extremely strong and will never rot or degrade. This bench is still going to look great 10 years from now. The CRTC team was also super easy to work with and the installation was trouble free.”

A sports bench made with recycled aerospace grade carbon fiber

David Walter, CEO of the Composite Recycling Technology Center, said:

“We were honored to be selected by the Shore Aquatic Center to be a part of this amazing remodel project. It was a fantastic project and we are extremely excited about launching the Trident Bench as we believe it will be a great fit for other sports complexes and aquatic centers. Our CarbonCoat thermally fused polymeric coating provides the Center with a highly durable finish even in a chlorine environment. The nonporous surface is also really easy to clean, which was very important to the Center as they adhere to rigorous wipe down procedures in light of the COVID virus.” 


Industries: Design, Furniture and Home

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This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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