Honeycombs

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The nidaplast honeycombs are cellular structures with an 8 mm mesh made of polypropylene, which are used to form the core of structural sandwich panels. Their surface coating (non-woven polyester) can be laminated or glued to practically any...

The nidaplast honeycombs are cellular structures with an 8 mm mesh made of polypropylene, which are used to form the core of structural sandwich panels. Their surface coating (non-woven polyester) can be laminated or glued to practically any...

The nidapan® honeycombs are cellular structures with 8 mm mesh made of reinforced extruded polypropylene designed to act as a rigid core for...

The nestaplast® honeycomb are cellular structures with an 8 mm mesh made of polypropylene, which are used to form the core of stuck structural sandwich panels....

The finished nidalite® panels are made of aluminium honeycomb cores covered with aluminium skins on both sides of the core. A modern and versatile material used as sandwich panels. Thanks to...

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honeycomb

Honeycomb material has an alveolar structure which is light and compression-resistant. It represents a good alternative to PVC foam.

This material is used in the marine industry primarily as the core of a laminate sandwich for hull and deck construction. It also can be found in interior features.

Aramid, polycarbonate, Nomex®, Kevlar®, polypropylene and even aluminum and other materials, each with its particular properties, are used to make honeycomb structures. For example, Nomex® is used in the great majority of American's Cup vessels and in ORMA-class trimarans. The material is usually resin-impregnated for subsequent use in a composite sandwich.

- Highly compression-resistant
- Very light alveolar structure

- Certain types very expensive
- Deteriorates when wet

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