Mass Transit Vehicle Components
Composites are widely used for mass transit vehicle components. We produce both interior and exterior parts for new construction and retrofits. Because our capabilities include a range of materials and processes, we can support specific requirements for fire retardancy, electrical conductivity, cosmetics, aerodynamics, durability and weight. Involvement in other demanding industries – automotive, truck, busses, recreational vehicles – bolsters the value we bring to manufacturers of railcars.
Value Added Services for Rail Transportation OEM’s
- Material innovation
- Responsive project management
- Plants located across the USA for economical delivery
- R&D and accredited testing laboratory
Quality and Other Certifications
- UL-recognized materials. For more information see UL file number E54325 and E76349.
- Experience supporting customers with UL approval process
- Front facia, body panels
- Seats, roofs, cabinets, wall panels, load floors
Guidance for light-weighting (mass reduction) of products using advanced composite materials.
Fiber glass (FRP) composite materials and processes are explained in detail. This design guide outlines various selection criteria with helpful technical data and comparisons to alternative materials.
Case study explaining how a start-up enterprise transitioned from rubber to FRP material to become an industry leader.
List of proprietary MFG materials that are UL-recognized materials used in applications including but not limited to HVAC and lamphouses. For more information see UL file number E54325 and E76349.
iNVENTA 615 is a UL 94-5V recognized non-halogenated reinforced thermoset SMC material. Ideal for applications where non-flammability is crucial.
iCom 617 is a non-halogenated fiberglass thermoset sheet molding compound with a UL 723 rating.
The ultimate material for mass reduction, featuring a specific gravity under 1.11 (~60% lighter than standard SMC formulations).