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Case study: Pultrusion Process Results in Unique Aerospace Applications

Advanced composites are an attractive option for the aerospace industry thanks to their durability, lightweight nature and cost-effectiveness. When it comes to processes, pultrusion is especially effective for high-volume parts. Many manufacturers find the continuous, automated process can help produce better constant cross-section parts like I-beams, channels, angles, beams, rods, bars, tubing and sheets.  Pultrusion Read More…

Composites One Streamlines Pultrusion Process for Manufacturers

A continuous and highly automated process, pultrusion is a cost-effective way to manage high volume production runs of constant cross section parts. A combination of the words “pull,” and “extrusion,” pultrusion uses a caterpillar tread-like system to pull fiber through a catalyzed resin bath and into a heated metal die in the shape of the Read More…

Composites One is Industry’s Leading Expert on Innovative, High-Volume Manufacturing Process

Composites One knows that generating high volume composite productions that are more cost effective than traditional options like open molding is important to today’s manufacturers. Pultrusion is one such process. Pultrusion is a high-volume, cost effective method used to produce composite cross section pieces such as I-beams, channels, angles, beams, rods, bars, tubing and sheets, Read More…

Case Study: Rail Line Landmark is Rebuilt Using the Pultrusion Process

Pultrusion is a cost-effective process used for high-volume productivity. Typically used for composites, this process is often adopted when large infrastructures need to be rebuilt or repaired with new composite materials. One such example is the rebuilding of Great Britain’s extensive pedestrian bridges. This specific bridge stretched roughly 110 meters and was built predominantly from Read More…

FRP Pultrusion

FRP Pultrusion offers many advantages over traditional material. They include: High Strength Lightweight Corrosion/Rot Resistant Non-Conductive Engineers & Specifiers, find the resource to need to specify and use pultrused products. Some of the standards include: Load Resistant Factor Design Cooling Tower Institute ANSI A14.5, A14.3 Learn more: http://www.pultrusionindustry.org/

Pultrusion

Pultrusion is a continuous process for manufacture of composite materials with constant cross-section. The term is a portmanteau word, combining “pull” and “extrusion”. The first pultrusion patent in the United States was issued in 1951. W. Brandt Goldsworthy is widely regarded as the inventor of pultrusion.[1] Parallel to the work of Goldsworthy, who concentrated his Read More…