ProWall™ is a molded continuous-fiber composite material that creates containers that are superior to metal, fiberglass, aluminum or roto-molded structures.
This proprietary, state-of-the-art material combines continuous fiberglass fibers in a hybrid thermoplastic matrix. It is extremely impact resistant, shock absorbent, and resistant to aircraft fuels, hydraulic fluid, mildew and ultra-violet light.
Available in many sizes and configurations, ProWall™ molded containers can be easily engineered for individual applications. Popular options include collapsible containers and forkliftable sides.
Strong and lightweight
Durable, impact resistant and shock absorbent, ProWall™ containers have the strength of metal, at a fraction of the weight.
Highly durable with low maintenance costs
ProWall™ containers hold up to years of heavy use without the need for repair.
Resistant to heat and cold
ProWall™ offers the molded-in features and customized shapes of rotomolding, but outperforms rotomolded containers by maintaining strength and durability at temperature extremes.
Corrosion / Chemical Resistance
ProWall™ has excellent resistance to acids and alkalines, is waterproof, and will withstand standard aircraft solvents such as de-icing fluid, jet fuel, hydraulic fluid, etc. ProWall™ positively addresses corrosion abatement as part of the "cost of ownership" and can neutralize inclement environments common to all kinds of intermodal storage, such as the combination of salt air, heat and humidity.
ProWall™ containers pass the FAA burn test requirements FAR 25.853 and 25.855, and the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards MVSS 302-Flammability of Interior Materials (49 CER Part 571).
The ProWall™ materialand manufacturing process complies with the Army environmental initiative "Army Green" to monitor materials and processes used by military contractors, with the goal to reduce hazardous materials and emissions. ProWall™ containers are considered non-hazardous waste and are recyclable.