high-density, closed-cell, polyurethane foam reinforced with woven roving continuous strand fiberglass
greater capacity and 40% to 60% lighter than marine plywood
water absorption less than 1.5% by weight
will not rot
The Coosa Advantage
For over 20 years, Coosa Composites has provided innovative panel solutions for use in a wide variety of industries. Our specialized panels are constructed with high-density, closed-cell, polyurethane foam impregnated with layers of fiberglass to serve as a strong, reliable alternative to plywood and other traditional unreinforced core materials. Coosa’s fiberglass panels are durable and can withstand even the harshest environmental conditions. The unique construction of Coosa panels provides multiple advantages over honeycomb, unreinforced plastics or foams, wood and other traditional sandwich core panels.
Composite Board System
Coosa Composites offers a versatile Composite Board System made with fiberglass and designed to meet the demands of various industries. Our composite boards provide exceptional strength, durability, and resistance to water absorption. Whether you're in marine, construction, or transportation, our Composite Board System is a superior choice for your projects.
About Coosa Composites
Our roots began in the marine industry at a time when most boats still contained a substantial amount of wood below the waterline, making them highly susceptible to rot. Coosa Composites revolutionized the industry by replacing the traditional wood structural components with our composite panels.
It wasn’t long before other industries recognized the value in Coosa’s fiberglass composite panels. Today, we support customers from a multitude of different industries who benefit from the lightweight, no rot, exceptionally strong and durable qualities of our Coosa panels.
From our manufacturing plant in Alabama, we have shipped composite panels to customers and distributors throughout the Americas, Australia, the Caribbean, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and our footprint continues to grow.