Company president Jim Tenbusch details our relationship with the US military.

The Highest Standard

What Is Mil Spec?

All Stephan Wood Products are made to military specification (MIL-SPEC). We have a resin system that’s been in place since 1991 that we can tweak for color, but there’s no need to tweak it for anything else because it meets or exceeds (the standards of) what we’re selling right now. 

As for colors, well, we paint a lot of green and a lot of tan. It makes it easier for our spray painters to paint tan over tan or green over green. We can pigment it red or blue, but these are two pigments often used to manufacture the product.

An Armored Personnel Carrier Trim Vane, an example that every SWP part is up to mil spec standards. What is mil spec?

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More Frequently Asked Questions

Typically, when you have an FRP (fiberglass resin product), it is a mixture of a resin, fiberglass roving, and filler. Our fiberglass composites feature more resin and fiberglass and less filler. Watch our video to learn more.

Military Spec materials help people looking out for pleasant appearances, longevity and utility. Watch our video to learn more.

Two blocks from our current location in 1944, Al Stephan (Steff-ANN), a tinkerer and inventor, satisfied the local need of wooden clothespins. Watch our video to learn more.

The military knows that if they come to Stephan Wood Products for a solution, we’re going to give them a solution. Watch our video to learn more.

When we have a customer that comes to us for a project, custom or otherwise, the first thing we want to know is if we already have the material they need in our inventory. Watch our video to learn more.

Waterparks and theme parks, particularly in southern states, all use products that don’t hold up and need constant replacement. We do. Watch our video to learn more.

Stephan Wood Products is unique in our field because we offer a lot of different products. Watch our video to learn more.

Natural wood will twist, warp, cup, absorb moisture, and split on the ends. Plus, wood doesn’t always hold paint. Watch our video to learn more.

Jim Tenbusch is a stalwart advocate for Stephan Wood Products and our craftsmanship. Watch our video to learn more.

Any potential client of ours can email from our contact form on our web page and call. Watch our video to learn more.

If it comes from our facility, it’s something that is going to work for you. Watch our video to learn more.

Electrodeposition coating, or e-coat, is the penultimate stage of our painting system. Watch our video to learn more.

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