Excellent strength to weight. An all-purpose grade used in multiple industries
High-temperature resistant core suitable for prepreg applications
High-performance core for extremely demanding applications such as fast marine hulls
Superior strength to weight. Used in multiple industries, including wind and marine
A PET core with excellent FST properties used in transport and construction industries
A recyclable core material used in a variety of applications such as domes and claddings
Well-suited for use as local inserts in the way of fittings, either tapped or bolted through
A thermoplastic core material designed to increase performance and decrease weight
An aerospace core available with comprehensive quality documentation and traceability
A sandwich core with excellent FST properties, suitable in commercial aircrafts interiors
Core material for subsea applications, used from sea level to 700 meters depth
A deep-water subsea syntactic foam used for depths from 700 to 10,000 meters
A core with excellent insulation properties, for low and cryogenic temperatures
Used in marine and wind applications in combination with foam
A selection of the most widely used and preferred finishing options
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.
Divinycell HCP SI
Divinycell HCP IMP
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Diab has been at the leading edge of composite core material development for over sixty years, supplying a wide range of markets including marine, wind energy, transport, aerospace and industry.
Diab is wholly owned by Ratos.
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