In locomotives, weight is the main constrain. So most of the interiors and exteriors parts are made with composites.
Locomotive composites have some special kind of requirements like fire retardant and high weather resistance.
Polyester, Epoxy and Phenolic resin base composites are mostly used in this segment.
Some of the key features of Composite materials in this market are light weight, high strength, corrosion resistance and design flexibility. The benefits in turn include greater fuel efficiency, dimensional stability, greater cargo/passenger capacity, lower manufacturing cost, lower maintenance cost, enhanced aesthetics and parts consolidation.
We can cater to many products which includes but not restricted to the following :
- Large panels for trailer walls
- Floor panels for railcars
- Truck cabs
- Exterior body molding
- Bus body shells
- Cargo containers
Open or closed mold method, large scale GRP parts.
Hand lay-up fiberglass reinforced parts.
Large parts for coaches and buses, smooth, non-wavy, high gloss surfaced SMC/BMC parts.
Light weight, corrosion resistant, reduced density panels a successful alternative to metal with excellent weight-to-performance ratio.
Train & Subway Parts
Flame retardant and low smoke composite parts. Complying the single burning item (SBI) EN 13823:2002 norms.
High performance corrosion resistant GRP parts for container parts.
Weight reducing, and high load capacity board systems for buses and coaches.
Lorry & Truck Panels
Large smooth, non-wavy and corrosion resistant GRP panels for trucks and Lorries.
Refrigerated Vehicles Trailers
High rigidity sandwich structures. With foam core in between two fiberglass reinforced skins for isothermal or refrigerated vehicles.
Repair Putty Car Body Filler
DCPD and hybrid resin systems for automotive body repair, body filler putties. Lightweight body filler, for use over properly prepared metal surfaces, with creme hardener.
Pickup Truck Toppers
Roof Mounted AC Units
Cable Car Bodies
Tractor Hood, Body and Roof
Roof Cargo Box