Composite materials are used in a variety of ways for the construction and repair of a wide range of infrastructure applications. From buildings and bridges to roads and platforms, SAERTEX materials are in use around the world. The range of SAERTEX materials is as diverse as the range of applications. New applications are constantly being added and the possibilities are virtually limitless.

The advantages of composite solutions for infrastructure applications are obvious:

Composite solutions offer the benefits of resilience, corrosion resistance and extreme durability. Infrastructure with lighter, more durable, and lower-maintenance materials ensures the mobility of goods, services, and citizens in general. This contributes to low maintenance and long structure life, resulting in lifecycle cost savings and a long-term economic advantage over traditional, heavier materials such as steel and concrete.

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  1. Composite materials offer resistance, corrosion resistance and extreme durability.
  2. Lifetime savings due to loewe maintenance costs.
  3. Weight savings combined with absolute design freedom.

LEO Infusion Resin

LEO Protection Layer (Topcoat / Gelcoat)

Core Materials (Optional)

LEO Reinforcement Material
(Glass / Carbon / Aramid / Hybrid)