SprayCore

Sprayable syntactic materials for use in the FRP industry. SprayCore sprayable barrier coats, coring and wood replacement materials are used to construct composite structures that are lighter and stronger than laminates built with other products.

11701 56th Ct. N
Clearwater, FL 33760 US

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ITW Polymers Adhesives, North America

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ITW Polymers Adhesives, North America formed
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Product Categories of SprayCore

Materials
  • Matrix resins, thermoset
    • Vinyl ester
    • Other thermosets
  • Matrix materials, other
    • Ceramic
  • Reinforcements, unimpregnated
    • Ceramic
      • Ceramic, Other
  • Core materials and flow media
    • Syntactic core, expanding
    • Syntactic core, nonexpanding
    • Foam core
      • Foam core, ceramic
      • Foam core, other
  • Casting resins
    • Unsaturated polyester
    • Other casting resins
  • Compounds
    • Solid surface
    • Other compounds
Tools/tooling materials
  • Tooling equipment, materials and supplies
    • Backup structures
    • Ceramic/ceramic powder
    • Flexible mold materials
Composite Structures & Components
  • Ceramic matrix composites
  • Infrastructure, composite
  • Laminate panels, with core
  • Laminate sheets, solid
  • Marine, boat (hulls, decks, bulkheads, etc.)
  • Marine, other
Design, testing, consulting, other services
  • Education/Training