Composite board technology

  • 17-Jan-2011 03:54 EST
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StrataLiner NET composite board technology from the Woodbridge Group provides high levels of material property and product performance for composite board-based products such as headliners. The composite boards feature GreenLite technology, which is a low-mass solution that uses intelligent applications of lean polymers and industry-leading processes to improve a product's physical characteristics. Additionally, BioFoam technology can be incorporated to offer high levels of renewable source inclusion without compromising performance. Components made from this technology offer product advantages over competing materials, including cost savings, thinner cross sections, enhanced design flexibility, improved surface quality, better acoustics, and up to 40% mass reduction.

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