Integrated Composite Products, Inc. (ICP).
AFRs are rods and meshes made from glass fibers in various lengths. We add them to a lightweight thermoplastic called high-density polyethylene (HDPE), which is also used to make plastic bottles, pipes and lumber.
We use different AFR types to build tension, structural and impact members. Each plays a different reinforcing role. When added to resin in the molding process, they increase the strength, rigidity and impact resistance of plastic. This technology lets our engineers fine-tune the strength-to-weight-cost balance, optimizing every part of the pallet for the threats and strains it faces.