Properties & Uses Of GRP Products
Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP), otherwise known as Fibre Reinforced Polymer (FRP), offers developers many advantages over metallic alternatives, especially when compared with steel equivalents. Benefits, such as high tensile strength, low weight (approximately 1/4 of the weight of steel), corrosion resistant, non-conductive properties, radar transparent and electromagnetically neutral, combine to deliver a highly cost effective, durable and sustainable product.
Properties Of GRP
Commercial – There is a multitude of GRP uses within the commercial sector. GRP fencing and anti-slip products are regularly installed within the commercial sector at stores, supermarkets, and much more. Products are predominantly used in this sector for safety and protection.
Residential – There are also many GRP uses for the residential market with GRP mesh and GRP palisade fencing being two of the main uses. These types of fencing types provide immense security, they are visually appealing and also highly flexible and adaptable.
Industrial – This sector covers a diverse range of GRP uses. Our products used within the industrial sector include GRP gatehouses, doors, enclosures, cabinets, kiosks, and explosion relief GRP housings.
Engineered Composites supply a wide range of high-quality GRP products for commercial, residential, and industrial customers. Our range of products includes;-