Hooke’s law

*GAP: Glass fiber-reinforced polyester
(Composite material)

What is composite

Composite derives from the Latin word “componere”. Composite materials are made by physically combining two or more materials. Thereby, a new material with special, targeted and superior properties is created.

Technical properties of composite materials derive from the initial qualities and properties of the combined materials, the combination of the fabrics (matrix, reinforcement, curing/ hardener, and additives), as well as, the production processes and conditions.

The principal advantage of composite materials is the extreme flexibility in shape and strength.

The possibilities are endless!

Composite has, in many areas, replaced traditional materials such as steel, wood and concrete, and today, for example, aircraft, trains, ships and tanks are predominantly made of composite materials.

Composite materials are recyclable, both with and without processing. By reusing the material, roughly similar and often even better properties are obtained, in relation to new materials.

Hooke’s law

*GAP: Glass fiber-reinforced polyester
(Composite material)

What is composite

Composite derives from the Latin word “componere”. Composite materials are made by physically combining two or more materials. Thereby, a new material with special, targeted and superior properties is created.

Technical properties of composite materials derive from the initial qualities and properties of the combined materials, the combination of the fabrics (matrix, reinforcement, curing/ hardener, and additives), as well as, the production processes and conditions.

The principal advantage of composite materials is the extreme flexibility in shape and strength.

The possibilities are endless!

Composite has, in many areas, replaced traditional materials such as steel, wood and concrete, and today, for example, aircraft, trains, ships and tanks are predominantly made of composite materials.

Composite materials are recyclable, both with and without processing. By reusing the material, roughly similar and often even better properties are obtained, in relation to new materials.

What is composite

Composite derives from the Latin word “componere”. Composite materials are made by physically combining two or more materials. Thereby, a new material with special, targeted and superior properties is created.

Technical properties of composite materials derive from the initial qualities and properties of the combined materials, the combination of the fabrics (matrix, reinforcement, curing/ hardener, and additives), as well as, the production processes and conditions.

The principal advantage of composite materials is the extreme flexibility in shape and strength.

The possibilities are endless!

Composite has, in many areas, replaced traditional materials such as steel, wood and concrete, and today, for example, aircraft, trains, ships and tanks are predominantly made of composite materials.

Composite materials are recyclable, both with and without processing. By reusing the material, roughly similar and often even better properties are obtained, in relation to new materials.

Hooke’s law

*GAP: Glass fiber-reinforced polyester
(Composite material)

The composite material

More strengths compared to conventional materials.

Kompositmaterialet

The composite material

More strengths compared to conventional materials.

Density

Tensile strength

E-module tensile strength

Length extension coefficient

Density
Tensile strength
E-module tensile strength
Length extension coefficient

* GAP: Glass fiber-reinforced polyester (Composite material)

Environmental thoughtfulness

The composite material

An environmentally friendly production is important to us. Our costumers contribute to the recycling system by paying an environmental fee when purchasing our products.

Unique durability, minimal requirements for operation and maintenance as well as the consequently low consumption of resources for composite materials, contribute greatly to

the environmental protection and the economic advantage of composite products.

A sustainable and environmentally friendly solution is a production with a minimal energy consumption for production, transport, assembly and maintenance, as well as, a product with a long service life that can also be recycled.

Therefore, at Tunetanken we are happy to declare that our products and production are very environmentally friendly.

Omtanke for miljøet

Environmental thoughtfulness

The composite material

An environmentally friendly production is important to us. Our costumers contribute to the recycling system by paying an environmental fee when purchasing our products.

Unique durability, minimal requirements for operation and maintenance as well as the consequently low consumption of resources for composite materials, contribute greatly to

the environmental protection and the economic advantage of composite products.

A sustainable and environmentally friendly solution is a production with a minimal energy consumption for production, transport, assembly and maintenance, as well as, a product with a long service life that can also be recycled.

Therefore, at Tunetanken we are happy to declare that our products and production are very environmentally friendly.

The benefits of composite materials

  • High specific rigidity.
  • High specific strength.
  • Chemical resistance.
  • Corrosion and temperature resistance.
  • Low weight.
  • Highly resistant to fatigue and weakening.
  • Aesthetically superior surface finish and large choice of colours.
  • Cost-effective design optimisation.
  • Customised features.
  • Minimal maintenance.
  • Noise-reduction and flexibility.
  • Thermic and electric insulation.
  • Anti-magnetic and moisture resistance.
  • Low thermic expansion coefficient.
  • Easy processing and mounting.
  • Free from sparks and metal.
  • Electromagnetic transparency.
Download our technical information sheet

Energy consumption from material production

Thermal conductivity

* GAP: Glass fiber-reinforced polyester (Composite material)

The benefits of composite materials

  • High specific rigidity.
  • High specific strength.
  • Chemical resistance.
  • Corrosion and temperature resistance.
  • Low weight.
  • Highly resistant to fatigue and weakening.
  • Aesthetically superior surface finish and large choice of colours.
  • Cost-effective design optimisation.
  • Customised features.
  • Minimal maintenance.
  • Noise-reduction and flexibility.
  • Thermic and electric insulation.
  • Anti-magnetic and moisture resistance.
  • Low thermic expansion coefficient.
  • Easy processing and mounting.
  • Free from sparks and metal.
  • Electromagnetic transparency.
Download our technical information sheet
Energy consumption from material production
Thermal conductivity

* GAP: Glass fiber-reinforced polyester (Composite material)

The benefits of composite materials

  • High specific rigidity.
  • High specific strength.
  • Chemical resistance.
  • Corrosion and temperature resistance.
  • Low weight.
  • Good fatigue and weakening properties.
  • Aesthetically superior surface finish and free choice of colours.
  • Cost-effective design optimisation.
  • Customized features.
  • Minimal maintenance.
  • Noise-reducing and flexible.
  • Thermic and electric isolation.
  • Anti-magnetic and moisture resistance.
  • Low thermic expansion coefficient.
  • Easy processing and mounting.
  • Free from sparks and metal.
  • Electromagnetic transparency.
Download our technical information sheet

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