Lantor Soric sailingboat Charger Composites is the manufacturer of the Bjorndahl 2.4 mR sailing boat. It is located in central Finland on the Gulf of Botnia, the boat building Mecca of Europe. The philosophy of the company is to build great boats that will last a lifetime! Download full details
Lantor Soric in motor boat deck Conyplex in Medemblik is a very innovative company, and were the first boat builder in The Netherlands to use the vacuum infusion process. The boat shown was produced by Conyplex for Van Wijk in Woubrugge. Download full details
Lantor Soric in marine boom Novis Marine, manufacturers of the C&C and Tartan line of performance and cruising sailboats in Fairport Harbor, Ohio, has successfully achieved the goal of an integrated mainsail storage system. It is achieved by engineering on stiffness with high end materials like Carbon fibre weavings in combination with epoxy resin and Soric XF core/infusion medium. Download full details
Lantor Soric in Superbus project Lantor Soric will be used as core material in the dutch Superbus project. Lantor Soric suits perfect in this light weight full composite application.A new type of public transport is being developed in the Netherlands by the TU Delft which relies on lightweight composite construction and will be demonstrated at the Beijing Olympics in August 2008. In the search for a non-polluting, fast, economic and appealing new means of public transportation, a project has started in the Netherlands for the realisation of an electric vehicle called Superbus.
Lantor Coremat in bus parts Fiberbus Brazil builds various bus parts, using spray-up, hand lay up and RTM Light production processes. In their open mould production they use Lantor Coremat to create extra stiffness in i.e. stairs, bus front-covers or parts where they need extra thickness for screwing in handle bars and grips
Lantor Soric in trailer floor Soric was used in the floor of a luxury trailer. The trailer is produced in South Africa for the Export market. Soricwas taken into the development of the trailer floor, in this way an optimal product could be designed.
Lantor Soric in Mack truck Marky Industries produces the bonnet of the Mack truck in RTM Light. Mack Trucks is one of the world's leading truck-manufacturing companies and is currently a subsidiaryof AB Volvo, Volvo Group Mack Trucks is a top producer in the vocational, onroad-vehicle market, Class 8 through Class 13. It is also the most popular manufacturer of heavy-duty off-road trucks in America. Parts for Mack’s righthand-drive vehicles are produced in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, for worldwide distribution Download full details
Lantor Coremat and Soric in PAC – 750 XL aircraft Fibre Glass International produces parts for the PAC 750 XL aircraft (Pacific Aerospace Company) The design made its maiden flight in 2001.The PAC 750 received full US FAA certification in 2004. The type was targeted initially to the narrow market of skydiving. In the parachuting role, the high-lift wings and relatively high power to weight ratio enable the PAC 750 to take a load of parachutists to 12,000 feet (3,700 m) and return to land within 15 minutes.Download full details
Lantor Coremat in UAV
The Aerostar Tactical Unmanned Air Vehicle System (TUAV) provides reliable, high quality real time intelligence gathering capability. The system was developed by the Company’s leading engineers in cooperation with the Israeli Intelligence Corps. The system has accumulated thousands of operational hours, giving the system its maturity, reliability and credibility. Among the system’s customers are the IDF, U.S. Navy, Angola and other customers around the globe. The Aerostar has a wing span of 7.5 m and uses Coremat XM to create the right stiffness needed for the wings, without adding a lot of extra weight. The wings are made of a carbon-epoxy system.Download full details