Fiberglass Boxes

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They come in many different sizes and are used in all kinds of applications. They are used in the shipping, marine, automotive and warehousing industries in numerous capacities. Read More…

Fiberglass Boxes Fiberglass boxes are fiberglass reinforced plastic storage and transportation containers characterized by their strength and light weight.

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Mobile, AL  |  800-226-1134

With over 100 years combined experience, All Plastics and Fiberglass has the experience to handle all your fiberglass needs. No matter how large or small the job is, AP & F is committed to a process that ensures the highest quality fiberglass fabrications.

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All Plastics and Fiberglass, Inc. $$$

Wapato, WA  |  509-877-2228

Amtech is a fiberglass fabricator of composite-based products and parts for the military and commercial markets. We manufacture fiberglass products and fiberglass parts for clients throughout the Western United States. Services include open face fiberglass molding and the use of 40 foot lay up booths.

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Amtech Corporation, Inc. $$$

Wichita, KS  |  316-264-9541

Fiber Dynamics is a leading provider of out-of-autoclave processed components, specializing in RTM, for over 20 years. Our capabilities include turn-key production solutions with design, tooling, machining, fabrication and assembly processes. These capabilities, plus world-class operational management, AS9100 / NADCAP accreditation make FDI an outstanding solutions partner for our customers.

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Fiber Dynamics, Inc. $$$

Ardmore, OK  |  580-389-5421

Since the 1950’s, Beetle Plastics has been a designer and manufacturer of composite and fiberglass products. We specialize in cooling tower piping, and also offer fiberglass tanks, vessels, and processing equipment. We offer composite and fiberglass fabrication to meet your needs.

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Beetle Plastics, LLC $$$

Geneva, OH  |  440-466-4876

Major OEM distributors know that Hadlock Plastics specializes in meeting tough requirements and high volume demands while lowering costs. With full in house prototyping, engineering, machining and finishing services, our fiberglass products are ISO 9001 certified and made to last. We offer the equipment, services, expertise and manufacturing capacity to keep your project running smoothly.

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Hadlock Plastics Corporation $$$
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Fiberglass boxes serve as storage containers in industrial applications, as flotation device and life vest storage in marinas and docks, fire extinguisher containers and commercial at-home containers for products like fishing tackle and pool equipment. Liquid products like paint and batteries, which may leak fluid, are often kept in fiberglass boxes because they do not leak. Electric outlet boxes and window flower boxes are also often made of fiberglass, and they can be sanded and painted in order to improve their appearance.

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One of the most popular uses for fiberglass boxes is as mounting surfaces for aftermarket audio equipment for use in vehicles. Such boxes are custom-shaped to fit in the trunk or other places in the vehicle and can be painted or otherwise decorated to match the rest of the vehicle. They keep speakers, subwoofers and CD changers secure and safe in a moving vehicle. Fiberglass boxes are also employed as lockers and storage enclosures.

Fiberglass offers a corrosion resistant, durable, fire resistant, long lasting and lightweight material for containers. It is often chosen over alternative materials like steel, plastic, aluminum and wood, which generally do not boast light weight and high strength properties simultaneously. Most fiberglass boxes have lids that are either attached to the box or that can be removed.

Inside, many have compartments to hold smaller objects in place, and car audio equipment boxes are often lined with carpet-like material as padding. These boxes often are made of a composite of fiberglass threads and a thermoplastic resin, which is called fiberglass reinforced plastic, a very durable material that is manufactured by a molding process.

Because they are molded, fiberglass boxes are able to have sleek contours and a smooth finish. These boxes are manufactured via the closed molding process to obtain their shape. The closed molding process involves combining fiberglass with gel in a mold, heating and forming it and then allowing it to cure.

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