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Composite Advantage’s FRP Products Offer Corrosion Resistance

05 September 2008

Composite Advantage is using advanced resin infusion moulding processes to build parts up to 52 feet in length that provide maximum corrosion resistance.

The parts are designed for the challenging requirements of the chemical, power and processing industries. These products have demonstrated their effectiveness in Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) plants in the power industry and can be used for roof, duct and floor applications.

Able to manufacture both flat panels and complex shapes, CA provides pre-assembly of parts and finishing operations that significantly improves installation efficiency and minimizes field work for customers. The FRP panels are available in a choice of laminates and sandwich construction. Coatings to protect against UV exposure and abrasion are also available.






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