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Pultrusion

Pultrusion is a manufacturing process that involves pulling continuous fibers, such as fiberglass, through a resin bath and a shaping die to produce a reinforced composite material with a consistent cross-sectional shape.

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Why Pultrusion?

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High Strength: Pultruded materials offer excellent strength-to-weight ratios, making them ideal for lightweight yet durable applications.

Corrosion Resistance: Pultruded composites are inherently resistant to corrosion, making them suitable for use in harsh environments.

Design Flexibility: The pultrusion process allows for precise customization of shapes and dimensions, providing versatility in design.

Cost-Effective Production: Pultrusion is an efficient and continuous manufacturing process, contributing to cost-effectiveness in large-scale production.

Low Maintenance: Pultruded products often require minimal maintenance due to their resistance to environmental factors, reducing overall life-cycle costs.

Electrical Insulation: Pultruded materials possess excellent electrical insulation properties, making them suitable for electrical and electronic applications.

Chemical Resistance: The resistance of pultruded composites to various chemicals expands their use in industries where exposure to corrosive substances is a concern.

Thermal Insulation: Pultruded materials exhibit good thermal insulation properties, making them suitable for applications where temperature control is important.

Lightweight: The inherent lightweight nature of pultruded composites makes them easy to handle, transport, and install, reducing logistical challenges.

Longevity: Pultruded products have a long service life and can withstand prolonged exposure to harsh weather conditions, contributing to their durability over time.

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