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  • Pultruded Bridge Extensions Made of Fiberglass Reinforced Composites


    Pultruded composite panels create space for cyclists and pedestrians on the Marschall Jozef Pilsudski bridge in Poland. The walkway slab consists of 8 solid pultruded interlocking three-layer cavity profiles made of fiberglass reinforced composite material with a cross section of 500mm x 150mm. Due to its low weight, the glass fibre-reinforced composite panels allow the sidewalks on both sides of the bridge to expand from 2m to 4.5m wide, thus creating a safe space for cyclists. Read More

  • Carbon fiber or glass fiber, how to choose the best composite material for your application?


    You don't try to finely trim a bonsai tree with a chainsaw, even if it's fun to watch. Obviously, in many areas, choosing the right tools is the key to success. In the composite industry, customers usually require the use of carbon fiber, but in fact, glass fiber is more suitable for their needs of Read More

  • E-Glass Fiber Yarn & Roving Market


    Global E-glass fiber yarn market demand from electrical & electronics application may exhibit gains at over 5% up to 2025. Read More

  • Global Fiberglass Roving Market Forecast


    The global fiberglass roving market is projected to grow from USD 8.24 billion in 2018 to USD 11.02 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 6.0% during the forecast period.The fiberglass roving market is growing due to the high demand from the wind energy, electrical & electronics, pipes & tanks, construction Read More

  • The Fundamentals of Fiberglass


    Composites are materials made up of individual components, whose combined physical strength exceeds the properties of either of them individually. In the case of composite laminates, there are two basic elements involved: fibrous reinforcement (such as Fiberglass or Carbon Fiber) and resin. Read More