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Yes. In addition, many Haysite materials are listed through Underwriters' Laboratories. Review HTTP://IQ.UL.COM/SYSTEMS/to search and view Haysite's listed material designations.
Haysite offers compression molding (SMC and BMC), and pultrusion (sheet and profiles). Compression molding is a great fit for applications where the product complexity extends to three dimensions... and where the glass and resin are expected to flow together.
Pultrusion involves pulling the glass reinforcement, materials and resin through a die which serves the same purpose as a mold in compression molding. The finished product is maintains very high properties in the direction of draw through the die... As a result, corrosion resistance and structural applications are optimum for pultrusion.
Flat sheet weights can vary by material designation code. Haysite offers a "light weight" version of sheet -DURACORE 1000. Note the TRANSIT SECTION for further details.
S/S means "Step by Step" or a method of testing as outlined by an ASTM standard.
S/T means "Short Term"
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Haysite molded and pultruded sheet are available in 3' and 4' widths, with length usually at 8'. Pultruded sheets are available in longer lengths, up to 12'.
Haysite specs and tolerances are available in the following documents:
Sheet thicknesses typically range from .031 to 2 inches. Haysite is capable of producing most thicknesses upon customer request.
NEMA grade tolerances are "typical" for Haysite molded and pultruded products.
Haysite has several standard lengths for pultruded product. Haysite will also provide product at custom lengths to meet customer designated length requests, increasing yield and minimizing "drop loss" in customer processes.