Chemical Containment and Infrastructure

We need structural elements such as tanks, warehouses, silos and pipes for the storage and transfer of energy, food and raw materials used in our factories and cities. In the selection of raw materials, composite materials that can show the expected mechanical performance for many years in corrosive environments come to the fore. With the growth of the energy sector and the long-term use of composites in chemical processing plants, the use of corrosion-resistant composite materials is increasing. In harsh and corrosive environments such as the food industry, waste management and recycling facilities, mining, power generation and storage, composites offer tremendous chemical resistance and can be applied to any project thanks to the design flexibility that comes from their ability to be processed in many different manufacturing processes. Flame retardant and chemical resistant gelcoat group, vinylester, epoxy and glass fiber are the most commonly used raw materials in this field.