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Sing Core introduces new lightweight composite

Sing Core introduces new lightweight composite

Sing Core metal composite panels are strong, yet lightweight.MCCLEARY, Wash. — Sing Core’s today introduced lightweight, composite steel skinned panels made from its patented Sing Core panels.

“A torsion box workbench has always been the dream of fine woodcrafters for centuries.  It takes time and skill to create a truly flat, strong and lightweight workbench, but we have solved the challenge of torsion box production with our patented Sing Core, which can be used to build an endless variety of products that we use in our daily lives,” said Peter Sing, president of Sing Core.

Sing said the torsion box/honeycomb composite panel is the strongest, lightweight, eco-friendly steel composite, which means metal panels and beam products can be manufactured more affordably.  It also makes wood products, plastic, glass panel products lighter, stronger and more affordable as well, he noted.

“Our panels provide areas to reduce weight as we know today is vital due to rising fuel cost,” said Sing. “From table tops to bed panels to interior walls, our product can reduce pounds per square foot, thereby reducing the overall weight.”

The application uses of the patented Sing core are doors, shelving, table-tops, flooring, bookcases, furniture, outdoor decking material, truck/trailer beds even a water tank.

“If you need products to be lightweight, strong, long-lasting and are true dimensionally stable and eco-friendly than it has to be made of Sing Core which comes with a 10 year structural guarantee,” said Sing.

Sing Core composite panels are 100 percent made in the U.S.A.

For more information, call 360.495.3577 or visit  Click here to see the product gallery.

SOURCE: Sing Core press release

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