Marine transportation & Shipbuilding

INDUSTRIES AND SECTORS FOR COMPOSITES

MARINE TRANSPORTATION – SHIPBUILDING

In 1941, five years after du Pont introduced a suitable resin for combining the fiberglass with a plastic to produce a composite material, the first composite boat was built. Composite building methods in ship building became standard on an ever-larger scale through the 1960s.

The Marine sector is one of the very first sector which understood the full benefit of composites and especially its ease of application, faster construction times with corrosion resistance and durability in extreme environment. Nowadays more than 90% of all boats are built from composite material.



Key advantages;

  • Composites offer higher strength to weight ratio than traditional wood or steel material structures and can require less skill to generate a aesthetic design .
  • Flexible in terms of color, shape and texture,
  •  Lower maintenance costs, ease of repair and Lightweight







INDUSTRIES AND SECTORS FOR COMPOSITES

UTILIZATION

There are many of other ways to build a boat using aluminum, steel, wood planks, and even cement but simply composites dominate the market.

Fiberglass boat construction became popular in the 1960s and today is perhaps the most common way production boats are built. Fabricators today use composites on everything from ferries and boats to submarines and naval vessels.



  • Hulls
  • Decks
  • Railings
  • Radar domes
  • Hatches
  • Rudders
  • Fittings
  • İnterior design

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