Fiberglass composite is ideal for various hangar constructions. It is a mechanically and chemically resistant and dielectric material that does not pose a risk of corrosion.
COMPOR hangar constructions are 75% lighter than metal, they are mechanically strong, and provide possibility to strengthen self-supporting panels.
Fiberglass composite material does not lose its technical and aesthetic properties within the temperature range from -120°C to +120°C. The fiberglass composite hangar structures do not need to be repainted, they are easy to transport and assemble even in hard-to-reach places.
COMPOR manufactures various elements for the railway and its infrastructure from fiberglass composite material: railway platforms, platforms, pedestrian bridges and crossings, bridges for various communications, fencing, service platforms, lighting and observation towers, hangar structures, noise barriers, traverses, benches, etc.
Fiberglass composite material is a dielectric material that is not subject to environmental corrosion and electro corrosion. It is 75% lighter than metal and is ideal for use in aggressive environments without losing its technical and aesthetic properties in the temperature range from -120°C to +120°C.
Fiberglass composite structures made by COMPOR are not exposed to the risk of corrosion, do not need to be repainted and are easy to transport and assemble in virtually any condition.
The company COMPOR performs project development, construction, repair and maintenance of infrastructure technical equipment for all its own engineering structures.