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  • Composite technologies
    Photo of Pultrusion at Fiberline Composites A/S

    Pultrusion at Fiberline Composites A/S

    From Fiberlines state of the art headquarter the proces of injection pultrusion takes place by continual reinforced material being pulled through a guide where the fibres are placed precisely in relation to the profile cross section. The fibres are then led through processing equipment where they are impregnated with the…

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  • Composite technologies
    Photo of Innovation Bridge University of Miami. 95% OF THIS BRIDGE IS CONSTRUCTED WITH BASALT FIBER

    Innovation Bridge University of Miami. 95% OF THIS BRIDGE IS CONSTRUCTED WITH BASALT FIBER

    UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI INNOVATION BRIDGE, 95% OF THIS BRIDGE IS CONSTRUCTED WITH OUR No Rust Rebar Inc. BASALT FIBER / EPOXY REINFORCEMENTS. Stiff, totally non rusting 10.25” x 40’ piling cage weighs only 140 lbs. and can be carried by 2 people. The eight, 16-in. diameter, 40 ft.-long auger-cast piles…

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  • Composite technologies
    Photo of Vertical Winding Machine of FRP Vessel

    Vertical Winding Machine of FRP Vessel

    Series vertical winding machine of FRP vessel of FWLS type is mainly used to produce and manufacture the FRP vertical winding molded vessels as well as the related winding molded products, such as FRP storage tank, fermentation tank, large FRP tower, large FRP chimney, FRP desulphurization equipment,large corrosion-resistant tank and…

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  • Press-releases
    Photo of Filament Winding Machine of Kinetix Automation

    Filament Winding Machine of Kinetix Automation

    It is capable of making pipes of dia up to 10 feet and length up to 40 feet. Filament winded pipes can be used in high pressure applications and for transportation of gases, liquids and reactive chemicals etc.

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  • Composite technologies
    Photo of Pultrusion at Fiberline Composites A/S

    Pultrusion at Fiberline Composites A/S

    From Fiberlines state of the art headquarter the proces of injection pultrusion takes place by continual reinforced material being pulled through a guide where the fibres are placed precisely in relation to the profile cross section. The fibres are then led through processing equipment where they are impregnated with the…

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  • Composite technologies
    Photo of 5 Steps of the Pultrusion Process

    5 Steps of the Pultrusion Process

    What is pultrusion? Pultrusion is a manufacturing process for producing continuous lengths of fiberglass reinforced plastic shapes, with a constant cross section. While pultrusion machines vary in design, the process is basically the same. Let’s first start with the fiberglass reinforcement. Reels of unidirectional roving provide longitudinal tensile strength or…

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  • Composite technologies
    Photo of Strand Horizontal Filament Winding Technology.m4v

    Strand Horizontal Filament Winding Technology.m4v

    The Strand Composite Engineering team was the first company to field-wind tanks to 80′ diameter. Dating back more than 50 years, the Strand Composite Engineers bring uniquely qualified technicians to any industrial site in the world to produce finished tanks, chimney liners and scrubbers in diameters over 120′ and in…

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  • Composite technologies
    Photo of Strand Horizontal Filament Winding Technology

    Strand Horizontal Filament Winding Technology

    The Strand Composite Engineering team was the first company to field-wind tanks to 80′ diameter. Dating back more than 50 years, the Strand Composite Engineers bring uniquely qualified technicians to any industrial site in the world to produce finished tanks, chimney liners and scrubbers in diameters over 120′ and in…

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  • Composite technologies
    Photo of Fibergrate Composite Structures

    Fibergrate Composite Structures

    A corporate video from the originators of the moulded fibreglass process which was invented in 1966. The leaders of the structural fibreglass industry and the one which all others have tried to copy.

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