General Info

DESIGN AND VERSATILITY 

TRICEL Honeycomb is a kraft paper product fabricated to form a continuous series of triangular cells, similar in appearance to the cross section view of corrugated board.  As a core material bonded to facing materials to form sandwich panels, TRICEL Honeycomb provides outstanding strength and rigidity for the money – in fact the most economical strength-to-weight ratios available today.

i-BeamThe key is in the design.  TRICEL Honeycomb cores are up to 95% open space, with a density of one to three pounds per cubic foot.  When bonded to a facing material on both sides, the resulting I-beam-like performance carries shear, bending, and compressive loads.  And like an I-beam web, the thicker the honeycomb, the greater its load carrying capacity.

TRICEL Honeycomb is exceptionally versatile.   Its thickness and density can be adapted to any design challenge.  It can be bonded to an infinite variety of facing materials, and it can be sized, shaped, and curved for virtually any application.

TRICEL Honeycomb’s versatility makes it ideal for solving design problems in a vast range of industries including: Construction, Transportation, Contract Office Furnishings, Marine Applications, Trade Show Booth and Exhibit Building, Signage, and Packing.

Honeycomb and the appropriate facing materials can provide exceptional acoustic and thermal insulating properties.  Other features which contribute to the versatility of TRICEL include:what_is_graphic

  • A wide range of specifications – basis weight of kraft paper, honeycomb thickness, cell size, and resin content can be matched to the application.
  • Different thickness – from .4″ to 5″ in increments of .005″.
  • Phenolic resins – to enhance strength and to help resist moisture, fungus, insects, and vermin.

In addition, Honeycomb cores are easy to handle.  They can be cut with a knife, band saw, or power saw.  They are also very cost effective, making them an ideal alternative  when fiberglass, particleboard, foam, Balsa, or plywood are cost prohibitive.

Call 800-352-3300 for more information.

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