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Enduro Composites Sells Pipe & Tank Product Line

Enduro Composites Inc., “ENDURO”, a global leader in the design and manufacture of nonmetallic fiberglass composites solutions, has sold the assets of its Pipe & Tank product line located in Pearland, Texas on January 10th, 2019, to Endurance Composites, LLC, an Andronaco Industries company.  All other ENDURO product lines, including its Building Products (TUFF SPAN™), Electrical Cable Management, Structural & Mechanical, and Water & Wastewater structures located in Houston, Texas, as well as its Field Services group, located in Freeport, Texas, continue as core businesses within the Enduro portfolio. Read the full press…Read more

XL3 Tank Covers

A recent addition to our product line, XL3 Tank Cover System, delivers appealing qualities for users and operators including: 1) gaskets for odor and vapor control; 2) lightweight for easy access and removability; 3) long span capability and 4) easy, low-cost installation. Please contact us for assistance with this welcome addition to our water and wastewater product line!Read more

Another Milestone for Tuff Span Panels! CAN/ULC S-134 Fire Test

A Tuff Span wall assembly has passed CAN/ULCS-134 Full-Scale Exterior Wall Fire Test, which is the Canadian Test comparable to NFPA 285. The wall assembly complies with Section of NBC 2010 and as a result, over 250,000 SF of panels were installed at a Potash process building. The Tuff Span wall assembly, which is also FM approved, is the first FRP profiled building panel to pass this test.  Read more

Panels gain Florida Building Code Approval & UL Class 90 Rating

Enduro Composites is pleased to announce our 12 x 1.25R Series 150 roofing and siding panel has received Florida Building Code approval. The product, which is commonly used as daylighting panels in metal buildings, has also achieved the important UL Class 90 rating. This involved UL 580 uplift testing, which required withstanding pressure differential of 105 psf, including positive pressure of 48.5 psf combined with negative pressure of 56.5 psf.Read more