GRP Fencing

GRP Palisade Fencing- why should you use GRP Fencing over Steel?

Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) fencing is a high-quality alternative to steel fencing. It has a similar look to steel, however it’s many added benefits make it a perfect choice for areas where metal is not suitable.GRP Fence with GRP Top Hat Profile

Engineered Composites now sell GRP Fence Profiles in kit form to create fence panels!


What are the benefits of using GRP fences? And where are they mostly used?

Non- Conductive

GRP Fencing is non-conductive and radio transparent. Therefore, they are an ideal material choice the following areas:

  • Railways
  • Electrical Sites
  • Power Utilities

GRP is also non-magnetic and radio transparent.

Corrosion Resistance

You won’t have to worry about the upkeep needed for the fences because of rust or corrosion, GRP Fences are corrosion-resistant and durable in harsh weather conditions, meaning they can outlast other materials in areas such as:

  • Chemical Sites
  • Gas Sites
  • Sea edges- where sea salt corrosion can be a problem

This also makes them look more appealing over a longer timeframe, as their appearance does not diminish due to harsh conditions as much as some metals.


Although lightweight, it maintains its high strength. This makes GRP much easier and cheaper to transport than other materials, and enables easy installation.

What does our GRP fencing consist of?
Our Top Hat profile acts as a pale with our 51 x 51 x 6.35mm GRP box section serving as the fence rail. The posts can be GRP I Beam or GRP Box sections. All our profiles have been independently tested and passed the BS 1722-12:2016 standard for palisade fence profiles.

The benefits GRP Fencing make it an obvious material of choice in some areas.

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