MARINE COMPOSITE PANELS. Composite panels are stable, durable, and have both acoustic and vibration dampening properties. Their high strength and low weight design make them well suited for bulkheads, decking, gang planks ceilings, floors, doors and hatches. CPT marine composite panels can be supplied insheet form, cut for profiles and sizes,...
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U.S. Composites, Inc. is a retail/wholesale distributor of composite materials located in West Palm Beach, Florida. We offer a complete line of products and accessories to meet all the composite needs of the marine, automotive, aerospace and artistic communities.
Marine Grade Plastic Sheet. Special Price $9.00 Regular Price $10.00 Sheet Material - 5mm White $43.95-$149.90.
Hammerhead Marine Composite Panels consist of thermoplastics, continuous glass-fiber face sheets, and foam cores. This configuration brings unique characteristics such as improved bondability to various surfaces, enabling thermal lamination to different materials and finishes for increased design flexibility compared with traditional assembly methods.
Specialized structural panels made of high-density, polyurethane foam reinforced with layers of fiberglass are an excellent replacement for wood and traditional materials. Used in marine, industrial, and transportation industries for structural and non-structural applications and shipping to North America, Australia, the Caribbean, South Africa, and Europe.
Composite Marine Camels. The face of the camel is lined with rubber arch fenders to provide additional energy absorption and protection to the sub. The positioning of the camel is performed using cleats and mooring lines which allow these marine fenders to ride up and down with the tides and wave action.
Composite skins constitute the flange portions of the I-beam. Instead of using narrow webs, as is done on the centerline of an I-beam, low-density core materials are used throughout the space between two skins. The schematic on the right demonstrates the effectiveness of a honeycomb panel (Al) compared to a solid aluminum sheet in 1/4-inch thickness.
Coosa Board is high density polyurethane foam with reinforced layers of fiberglass. The result is a material equally or superior in rigidity at a fraction of the weight of plywood. It is truly the premier decking & transom material in the marine industry.
Foam Core Composite Panels This material is used to fabricate lightweight interior or exterior parts. Cockpit and salon tables, hatch covers, fish boxes, settee tops, non-structural partitions and bulkheads, swim ladders, sliding doors for fish boats.
Marine Panels. For years, boat builders have relied on light weight aluminum composite panels for increasing the speed and efficiency of their craft. The high strength and corrosion resistant nature of these panels makes them ideal for a wide variety of marine applications. A number of different surface finishes are available in sizes starting...
Martel Marine Panels manufactures and supplies a wide range of panels. The panels are either Acoustic or Non-Acoustic, Structural or Non-Structural. A wide variety of outer skins, core materials, acoustic levels and fire-ratings are available depending on the application.
Coosa Panels (2) Corecell Foam (9) Divinycell Foam (13) Expanded PVC Panels (1) Marine Grade Plywood (1) Meranti Plywood (1) NidaCore (3) Okoume Plywood (1) Quiet Foam (3) SpaceAge Panels (3) Tricel Honeycomb Tripanel Sheet (2) Urethane Insulation Foam (1)
Hammerhead™ Marine Composite Panels, made from thermoplastic continuous glass fiber-reinforced face sheets and polyester foam core, are engineered to provide simplified installation, long-lasting components, and overall cost reduction for boat manufacturers.