composites used in infrastructure

Industry: Infrastructure

Composites materials provide a number of advantages in infrastructure applications compared to traditional materials such as steel, concrete and wood. Composites One is the source for products and solutions to help infrastructure manufacturers leverage the benefits of composites.

Lifecycle cost is a critical factor in the manufacture of various infrastructure components including, bridge structures, utility and electrical components, waterfront pilings, concrete rebar, and other support structures. Structures made from composites do not rust, corrode or deteriorate like traditional materials thus providing extended service life and real cost savings based on longevity. As a result of high strength to weight ratios, design flexibility, and long life-span civil engineers, governmental agencies and specifiers are turning to composites to realize the benefits, extended lifecycle and sustainability composites provide.

And as always, manufacturers can rely on the industry’s best technical sales and support teams from Composites One.

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