Fiber Reinforced Resin Polymer Mortar Pole
This invention has an annular body with a wall structure comprising a number of fiber reinforced resin layers, which can be positioned to form an inside and/or outside portion of the wall structure. A portion of the layers are oriented longitudinally within the wall structure, and the wall structure also includes radially-oriented fiber reinforced resin layers. The pole includes one or more layers or a core of a composite material or polymer mortar disposed within one or more locations of the wall structure, e.g., as an intermediate layer and/or as part of the wall inside and/or outside portion. The pole can include an outside surface resistant to ultra violet radiation. Poles of this invention can be formed using a continuous process on a rotating mandrel, making use of differently positioned stations to form the different portions of the pole as the fabrication is moved axially along the mandrel.
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Published patent application
Disclosure date: 10-11-2007
Publication date: 02-18-2015
Applicant: AMERON INT CORP, US
Inventor: CHEN LIMING, US ; DAVIDSON JAMES W, US ; FRIEDRICH RALPH S, US ; JONES DAVID B, US ; MERCADO HECTOR P, US ; URICH RON G, US ; VIEGL RONALD A, US
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