The U.S. Army selects thermoplastic bridges
a manufacturer who is good at producing thermoplastic bridges that can bear military tanks has found repeat customers in the U.S. Army
the working environment of the U.S. land spring fatigue testing machine and the ordinary protection army of the equipment have ordered two railway bridges for forteustis, the headquarters of the U.S. Army Corps of engineers based in newportnews, Asia, with a total transaction price of $957000 (6.5 million yuan) 。
these bridges with a load rating of 130 tons will set a new benchmark for the load capacity of plastic bridges
these bridges were recently put into construction in fortbragg, New Jersey. The plastic profiles used were purchased from axioninternationainc. of baskingridge, New Jersey The company has a load rating of 73 tons for crawler vehicles and 88 tons for wheeled vehicles
in June this year, the utilization and popularization of energy-saving buildings also developed rapidly. The U.S. army drove an m1abrams tank with a load of more than 140000 pounds (63.4 tons) across one of the bridges
in the bridge construction technology, 100% recycled materials - about 2/3 of which are post consumer polyethylene bottles and 1/3 are automobile bumper waste - are extruded into I-beams and T-beams to replace the traditional steel and wood in bridge applicationsOne of the major challenges faced by metal framed mobile phones is the overall planning of aesthetic design. At the same time, Axion CEO jimkerstein said in a draft: "the signing of this big contract is the best embodiment of the perfect combination of our two core infrastructure products - bridges and railway sleepers. In addition, our proprietary recycledstructuralcomposite (recycled structural composite) will be used in bridge construction In addition to technology, even railway sleepers are almost entirely made of 100% recycled consumer and industrial plastics. "
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