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    Pultrusion Process & Structural Composites

    Introduction to Pultrusion Pultrusion is a manufacturing process used for production of fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) composites. This process effectively combines many elements, which offer a mix of properties and characteristics that can boost efficiency of the final product. Some features of the innovative process include choice of reinforcements and resin, positioning of reinforcements, plus complex shape and length capability. Read more

    Roy Silvas Announced as Director of Business Development and Dan Neal added as Director, Cable Management

    Enduro Composites is pleased to announce two strategic changes in the sales organization. Roy Silvas will head our new Business Development program, and Dan Neal will join the Company as Director, Cable Management Products. ROY SILVAS DIRECTOR, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT As Director of Business Development, supporting all product line groups, Roy is responsible for generating revenue on projects and accounts having the greatest potential growth impact to the Company. As part of this effort, he will lead the high-value target selection process and pursue engineering firms, contractors, and end-users to best position Enduro product specifications and maximize selling success. DAN NEAL DIRECTOR, CABLE MANAGEMENT Read more

    FRP Cable Tray Provides Best Solution for Harsh Conditions

    When designing a cable management system for your next project, consider using fiberglass (FRP/GRP) cable tray over traditional materials. Non-metallic cable tray provides superior protection in harsh environments where corrosion resistance and long life span are important factors. There are many who still believe that steel outweighs the competition, which is true in that steel does, quite literally, outweigh fiberglass. However, fiberglass provides the same strength-to-weight ratio at just one third the weight of steel. This allows for an easier, more cost effective installation. In addition, this weight-savings provides tremendous life cycle cost savings. Read more
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