U.S. Liner Co. is stocking up again on its Bulitex thermoplastic composite sheet. Raw material supply and cost became a problem in 2008 but issues have been solved and it is now again an economic material, explained U.S. Liner Vice President of sales and marketing Jeff Meek.
U.S. Liner, based in Cranberry Township, Pa., near Pittsburgh, said Bulitex and Bulitex Hybrid are woven thermoplastic sheets that are a high-impact alternative to fiberglas-reinforced sheet and other materials in the transportation industries. The products were first introduced in 1999.
Bulitex comprises fully woven layers. Bulitex Hybrid has woven/bi-directional combination layers. They complement U.S. Liner's Versitex fully bi-directional layers and Ecotex recycled core with woven or bi-directional skins. The polypropylene composites can be supplied in bulk coils up to 106 inches in width.
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