Metallic profiles are not always able to suit specific needs. Metals are generally disadvantageous due to their strength to weight ratio. Furthermore, most steel alloys are vulnerable to corrosion. When compared to metal profiles, hybrid profiles have a strong corrosion and vibration resistance, excellent endurance and they are relatively light.

The aim of combining materials is to acquire the desired qualities from both of the materials we utilize as efficiently as possible.

The bonding process in hybrid profiles utilizes advanced technologies to create strong interfaces between dissimilar materials, such as fiber-reinforced composites and metals. This process typically involves surface treatments, adhesives, and mechanical interlocking techniques to ensure compatibility and optimal performance of the composite material.

We manufacture customized hybrid profiles in accordance with customer specifications using the state-of-art Oriented Fiber Placement (OFP) technology developed by our own company.

OFP technology is crucial in the manufacturing process of hybrid profiles, as it ensures the precise placement of fibers for optimal strength, durability, and performance.

Hybrid profiles can be tailored for specific applications and loading conditions by varying the type, proportion, and arrangement of the constituent materials. By adjusting the fiber orientation, volume fraction, and matrix composition, our talented engineers can optimize the mechanical properties, weight, and durability of the hybrid profile to meet the requirements of the intended application.

Combining special materials according to the place to be used results in the most efficient hybrid profile. Although steel is commonly utilized as the core material, materials such as aluminum, wood, and plastic can also be used depending on the application.

Glass fibers, carbon fibers, and aramid fibers can all be utilized as fiber materials. The fibers used in the hybrid profile are chosen based on the area where it would be used. Resin selection varies as well, depending on the requirements.

The areas where hybrid profiles are used is expanding day by day. They are currently widely employed in constructions, reinforcements, marine, machine elements and other applications

Hybrid profiles, with their excellent mechanical properties, lightweight structure, and corrosion resistance, can minimize the risk of material failure in a wide range of applications.

Yes, hybrid profiles exhibit corrosion resistance due to their composite nature and the use of corrosion-resistant materials, making them suitable for various applications and environments.