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    Aug 26, 2020

    FRP Stands Guard For The U.S. Navy

    When the U.S. Navy launched its’ search in 2009 for a “one-size-fits-all” high-strength camel product that would reduce maintenance, save costs and improve operational efficiency—it was a tall order to fill. For conventional...

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    Topics: submarine camels, aircraft carrier camels

    Feb 12, 2020

    Road Trip – FRP Camels Travel To Guam

    We have worked with projects across North America, but our newest job—two fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) submarine camels—is travelling 7,600 miles from Ohio to Guam to ‘join the Navy!’ The island of Guam is 3,300 miles west of...

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    Topics: submarine camels, FRP, Guam

    Sep 30, 2015

    Don't Forget the Shipping: Why Delivery Matters in Design

    How big can a Composite Advantage molded-part get? I hear this question a lot. The easy answer is, "pretty big." The vacuum infusion process is used for large yacht hulls, giant wind turbine blades and everything in between. But...

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    Topics: FiberSPAN, submarine camels

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