A composite material is a reinforced material made from two or more substances that are unique in their composition to produce a superior compound with different characteristics than its components. Examples of these include polyester resin, epoxies, and fiberglass.
Benefits of Composite Materials
- Durability: Composite materials are resistant to corrosion, UV light, moisture, and extreme temperatures. They are able to withstand most environmental conditions and maintain their structure.
- Frost-Resistance: Products made out of composite materials are more elastic and can therefore expand and contract without compromising the integrity of the product.
- Cost-Effectiveness: Our products are long-lasting, low-weight, and require less equipment and manpower to produce than similar products made from traditional materials.
- Design Freedom: The flexibility of composite materials presents limitless opportunities to design complex shapes in all sizes.
- Low Conductivity: Composite materials have both low electrical and thermal conductivity. Because of this, they make great insulators for encasing electrical wires, components, and reducing moisture loss.
- Strength-to-Weight Ratio: Metals have a very predefined strength and rigidity. Composite materials have a flexible structure which can be customized to suit a variety of product applications.