DIAB Receives DNV Certification

Press Release
Monday, May 16, 2011

Following the introduction at the JEC show in Paris, the new DIAB product Divinycell Matrix 11-9 and improved Divinycell Matrix 7-7 have received DNV certificates.

Matrix 11-9 fills an open position in the core materials market in terms of mechanical properties and product efficiency. By introducing Matrix 11-9 DIAB increases its material range and customers can choose a more precise core, saving both weight and cost.

Matrix 7-7 is a product that fits exactly on the DNV requirements for boat decks saving weight and improving competitiveness of boat builders. The improved mechanical properties of 7-7 also qualifies Matrix 7-7 in a number of wind blade specifications decreasing weight and improving competitiveness of blade manufacturers.

Both Matrix 7-7 & 11-9 are available in all DIAB’s finishing options as well as kits

Source: www.diabgroup.com

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