Divinycell HCP

Used from sea level to 700 meters depth, HCP has an excellent track record and has been used in subsea applications for over 50 years.

Divinycell HCP is developed to meet the demands for high performance in subsea applications. HCP stands for Hydraulic Crush Point and the number defines the maximum hydraulic pressure the material can withstand. HCP has an excellent track record and has been used in subsea applications for almost 50 years.

As a result of its excellent hydraulic compressive properties and closed cell structure, Divinycell HCP has very low buoyancy loss and water absorption under long-term loading conditions. It can easily be machined into almost any shape, enabling a high level of design freedom. It is widely used in ROVs, flotation units, diving bells and marine impact-protection structures at depths down to 700 meters.

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