Mass production of StrongLite began in 1995, and it has become highly regarded for its advanced technological properties and quality. Since 2009, StrongLite has held 70% of the global market share for GMTs. StrongLite is a composite material in the form of a plate, reinforced with polypropylene resin (PP) reinforced with glass fiber mat, and has strength levels comparable to steel but with 20-25% less mass. In addition, StrongLite accommodates complex design features while providing significant impact resistance. It has a good process productivity, and is widely used in various fields of the advanced automobile industry. It is prized for its strength and lightweight nature, making it the perfect structural component to replace steel and reduce weight. Common end products include: undercovers protecting the bottom of the automobile, tough plastic bumpers, and seat back frames. GMT undercovers are also effective in reducing road noise.
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