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SP-High Modulus to Highlight Extended Core Materials Range at Mets 2011

01 November 2011

SP-High Modulus is exhibiting at the forthcoming METS exhibition from 15th – 17th November 2011, and will showcase its range of marine composite products.

In response to the demand for multiple core solutions, SP-High Modulus explain they have extended the structural core product range available to customers. The range now covers PVC, PET, Balsa and SAN core types, all with a distinct range of properties and attributes.

SP-High Modulus will be promoting the B3 SmartPac solution. The B3 SmartPac is a construction solution designed to help builders manufacture composite components more efficiently and cost-effectively. The B3 SmartPac solution comprises of optimised structural design with pre-cut reinforcements and core materials, intended to reduce complexity and cost in production boatbuilding.






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