Are composite materials suitable for marina flooring? (Mon 30th October 2017) - Construction covers a sizeable number of industry sectors, from the general building of industrial and commercial complexes to large infrastructure projects, incorporating power and rail. Suitable for both civil and construction works, our Core6 composite materials could be the perfect solution for you.
The properties that make GRP the right choice for marine and offshore (Mon 16th October 2017) - Within the marine industry, the key to the increasing use of GRP resides with the environmental conditions. Performance considerations in relation to lower material weights, slippery surfaces, and corrosion make GRP the best choice for jetties and pontoons. As one of the leading suppliers of high quality composites, Core6 Composites will have a solution to […]
Why choose non-conducting composite fencing and gates? (Wed 4th October 2017) - Core6 Composites has become a market leader in high quality GRP Products. Thanks to our reputation, knowledge, and design solutions, we ensure that our clients are provided with the right product and solution for their required application. Within our comprehensive range we have GRP floor grating in many different finishes and mesh configurations, stair systems, […]
GRP handrails are low maintenance (Wed 30th August 2017) - One of the biggest advantages Core6 GRP handrails have over steel products is their very low maintenance requirements. This translates into cost savings in the long run and much fewer disruptions to operations.
Accurate designs are essential for safety (Sat 19th August 2017) - Good design is essential to maximise health and safety and cut the risk of injuries occurring. This is a true fact of every single product but is even more important when it comes to stairs, walkways, handrails, and grating. If any of the measurements are even slightly out it could result in falls and injuries.
GRP cut to size with precision (Tue 8th August 2017) - The properties of glass reinforced plastic (GRP) make it a fantastic alternative to a wide array of materials. Although it is the durability, light weight and resistance to corrosion, chemicals, and abrasion resistance that make it stand out, the ease of machinability is also a major benefit. In fact composites are far more versatile to […]
Why should I use a composite? (Thu 27th July 2017) - Composite profiles are a very popular alternative to traditional materials such as concrete, steel, timber, and aluminium. The reason for this is that composites can provide a myriad of useful characteristics and overcome a number of the downsides of these other construction materials. For example a composite may be as strong and durable as steel […]
The value of composite handrails (Mon 17th July 2017) - Handrails are essential for maximising safety in countless settings, from stairwells to mezzanines and platforms. Each one should be designed to suit the setting, ensuring it is strong, durable, and capable of dealing with the specific load placed on it.