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Green Light for Offshore Windfarm in USA – will low carbon engineering make the cut?

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If renewable energy is to make a real difference in the face of a climate crisis – the technology behind the power also needs to meet some important eco targets: Energy efficient manufacture with reduced downtime and minimised waste; cost-effective transportation and installation; durable end products requiring minimal maintenance; and of course precision engineered parts […]

Pultruded Spar Caps – A Wise Choice for US Wind Power Investors

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With Joe Biden’s proposition of investing more than $380bn in the clean energy sector, it is a crucial time for US energy companies, engineers, architects, investors, and manufacturers to source the right products to meet ambitious carbon reduction targets. Could pultruded profiles be the answer? We think so… As well as providing cleaner energy, renewable […]

Staff Changes at Pultrex HQ – March 2021

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This month we bid a fond farewell to one of Pultrex’s longstanding team members and give a warm welcome to a new member of staff. Mick Welham, Manufacturing Director at Pultrex is retiring. Mick has been part of the Pultrex team for many years and has played an active part in developing and growing the […]

The Machinery Behind Cost-Effective FRP Rebar

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The efficiency of the iPul Rebar Pultrusion Line, a Pultrex and Krauss Maffei Rebar Pultrusion Machine, is making FRP rebar an affordable option for the construction industry. Until now composite rebar has been a more costly option compared to steel alternatives, but the higher efficiency of the unique iPul Rebar Pultrusion Line means the benefits […]

Low Carbon Engineering For Offshore Wind Investors

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The UK Government is making £160 million available to invest in renewables, with eyes firmly set on offshore wind. For energy companies, engineers and architects this is a pivotal moment to make a big impact on low carbon electricity generation, from the design of pultruded carbon fibre composite spar caps to the use of composite […]

Looking To Leave an Architectural Legacy? Incorporate  FRP Rebar from the Latest Generation

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If you want to leave an architectural legacy, you need longevity. We take a look at how Fibre Reinforced Rebar is a smart choice for projects where long lasting quality matters. Millau Viaduct, Hoover Dam, Dubai Creek Harbour… just a few iconic concrete structures where form and function unite. Designing a functional structure  that will […]

Staff Changes at Pultrex HQ

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As of March 01st 2020 Ian Raymant will become Managing Director at Pultrex, and Russell Hazelhurst, the current Financial Controller, will become Financial Director. In the new positions Ian Raymant will: step up from his current Operations Director role at Pultrex, adding an extra dimension to the post merger business links and integration with KraussMaffei. Ian’s […]

Composite Rebars For Concrete Reinforcement

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Wherever there is concrete there is rebar. Traditionally rebar is made from steel – but there are many reasons why the construction industry should be looking to pultruded composite rebars for upcoming projects: Composite rebar is lighter than steel This makes transportation to construction sites easier and more cost-effective than transporting the steel equivalent. Composite […]

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