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Composite Armour

See also: Categories: Fiberglass Pool, Terminology

Definition

Composite armour is a type of vehicle armour consisting of layers of different material such as metals, plastics, ceramics, composite or air. Most composite armours are lighter than their all-metal equivalent, but instead occupy a larger volume for the same resistance to penetration.

Composite Armour trademark

Composite ArmourTM refers to the pool constructed with a strategically integrated laminate that consists of a blend of DupontTM Kevlar®, Carbon Fiber and Basalt Fiber, designed to significantly reinforce the composite swimming pool. It is a trademark technology by Leisure Pools.

Overview

According to Leisure Pools Composite ArmourTM in the pool shell laminate offers tremendous improvement in flexural and tensile strength compared with normally constructed standard Fiberglass Poolss. Composite ArmourTM Core of strength is strategically integrated in critical locations of the swimming pool to provide improved flexural and tensile strength to provide a stronger swimming pool.





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