Zone: Marine Composites
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The marine market is the most deeply penetrated of all end markets served by the composites industry. Yachts, sailboats and other craft make substantial use of gel coat, core material, glass fiber and, in some applications, carbon fiber.


Most Recent Content: Marine Composites
Sailing the sea with composite wings

Autonomous sailing vessel patrols with patented WingSail technology.
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Destroyer deckhouse roof meets U.S. Navy fire code with phenolic composite CompositesWorld

An all-composite deckhouse superstructure, built by Huntington Ingalls Industries (Gulfport, Miss.) cuts topside weight and enables stealth capability by reducing the radar signature of the U.S. Navy’s new, nearly $4 billion (USD) Zumwalt-class destroyer.

CAMX 2014 preview: Scott Bader CompositesWorld

Scott Bader-ATC (Stow, Ohio, USA) will feature new products and applications using its advanced composite materials, such as fire-retardant gelcoats and topcoats, the Crestapol range of high-performance acrylic resins including the carbon fiber-compatible Crestapol 1250LV infusion grade, and the Crestabond, Crestomer and Poly-Bond ranges of structural adhesive and bonding pastes.

Vibration-canceling composite technology CompositesWorld

Materials Sciences Corp.'s new product might be a solution for aircraft interiors noise and shock mitigating boat hulls?

Sicomin's marine epoxies awarded Lloyd's Register Certification CompositesWorld

Two of Sicomin's epoxies designed for use in marine applications have achieved Lloyd's Register certification.

Palmer Johnson delivers new all-carbon composite superyacht CompositesWorld

48-meter SuperSport claimed to be largest carbon composite yacht built to date.

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