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Nidaplas PP Core

Nidaplast Polypropylene Honeycomb Core

Sandwich panels mimic the characteristics of an I-beam, using flanges to support tensile and compression loads, with a shear web joining the flanges. Composite skins constitute the flange portions of the I-beam. Instead of using narrow webs, as is done on the center-line of an I-beam, low-density core materials are used throughout the space between two material skins. By using a core material to double the thickness, the flexural stiffness is increased seven (7) times at almost the same materials weight! The mechanical efficiency of this cored sandwich material can be dramatically increased by increasing "Core Thickness".

A good starting point to make composite sheets is to use 600gsm bi axial fiberglass reinforcing and epoxy on each side of the Nidaplast core to produce a lightweight but strong panel. An attractive alternative is 1.5mm plywood epoxy bonded to the Nidaplast core. (If there will be any loads or forces involved in your application, it is necessary to check that these are adequate to carry the load. Please ask for our design guidelines sheets.

Click here for the official date sheet. Nidaplast 8 data Sheet.
General Information about Nidaplast. Nidaplast General Information.
Nidaplast a comparison with other cores properties. Nidaplast Core Property Comparison.
Click here for the sandwich panel design guide. Nidaplast Panel Design Guide.
Some guidelines on how to work it. Nidaplast How to Work It.
Click here how to work a veneer skinned panel. Veneer Skinned panel Information.

We strongly recommend that you also purchase two 3mm sheets of 3mm MDF to act as protector sheets for your Nidaplas.

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