Alternative Core Products
For decades, Fiber-Tech’s fiberglass reinforced panels have been manufactured using a wide variety of core materials. This allows you as the end-user or original equipment manufacturer (OEM) a wide variety of options to supply each and every project with the very best possible panel for the job.
Polyisocyanurate foam, high-density urethane foam and structural thermoplastic polypropylene honeycomb materials provide almost endless opportunities and uses for high strength lightweight seamless panels.
Advantages of Fiber-Tech's FRP Panels
All Fiber-Tech structural fiberglass reinforced panels, regardless of the core materials chosen, provide tremendous benefits over alternative building components of steel, aluminum, and other glued together laminates. Fiber-Tech panels are…
- A seamless one-piece design in sizes up to 4” thick x 10’ wide by 58’ long.
- Extremely strong and durable suiting numerous applications.
- Custom manufactured and cut to your specifications.
Another lightweight panel construction which offers considerable weight savings while providing superior strength and stiffness in an insulated panel is the Ribbed Foam Core panel design. The TYCOR® engineered composite core is manufactured by Milliken & Company and is used in Fiber-Tech’s unique manufacturing process to produce extremely large structural lightweight fiberglass panels. The ribbed core panel is specifically designed for lightweight robust composite applications.
The ribbed foam core is used to produce lightweight, high strength sandwich structures in a wide range of markets from wind turbine blades to truck bodies, railcar decks, military shelters, bridge decks, and temporary tundra mats.
The Stratoply Super Roof® is a permanently arched one-piece FRP roof panel produced from two layers of 1/4" plywood over an arched mold. Used in truck body or trailer applications, the arched roof is a perfect choice to eliminate roof bows and the risk of leaks due to inside forklift damage.
Contact Fiber-Tech for Fiberglass Reinforced Panels Today
Call today to learn more about the wide variety of fiberglass reinforced panel core materials to perfectly fit your panel requirements.