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FRP: Fiber Reinforced Polymer

FRP rebar is gaining commercial value mainly because it is resistant to corrosive agents and does not let concrete rust or weaken. GFRP or glass fiber reinforced polymer rebar is a variant of FRP.

Staircase

Straight | Zig Zag

Cable Tray & Cover

Ladder Type | Perforated Type

Width: 25 mm to 750 mm Length 3 Mtrs

Ladders

Cage Ladder | Regular Ladder

Walkways

Custom Sizes

FRP Foot Over Staircase

Custom Sizes

Handrails

As per standards

FRP Scrubber Structure

Custom Sizes

Sheets & Covers

Custom Sizes

Moulded Grating

Width: 1220 mm, Length 3660 mm, Thickness 7/5 mm Web Size 38 mm & 25mm

Also available in Custom Sizes

Composite Products Description:

Fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) (also called fiber-reinforced polymer, or fiber-reinforced plastic) is a composite material made of a polymer matrix reinforced with fibres. The fibres are usually glass (in fibreglass), carbon (in carbon fiber reinforced polymer), aramid, or basalt. Rarely, other fibres such as paper, wood, or asbestos have been used. The polymer is usually an epoxy, vinyl ester, or polyester thermosetting plastic, though phenol formaldehyde resins are still in use.

Fibre Reinforced Plastics (FRP) is the generic term for a uniquely versatile family of composites used in everything from chemical plant to luxury power boats. An FRP structure typically consists of an ISO polyester resin applied to a mould in combination with reinforcement, most commonly glass fibre, to form a part that is rigid, highly durable and low in weight.

FRP provides an unrivalled combination of properties:

    •   Light weight
    •   High strength-to-weight ratio (kilo-for-kilo it’s stronger than steel)
    •   Design freedom
    •   Chemical resistance
    •   Good electrical & thermally insulating
    •   Retention of dimensional stability across a wide range of temperatures
    •   UV Resistance
    • ¼ the weight of steel
    • Optional Colours

Application:

  1. Industrial Facilities and Slabs
  2. Parking Structures and Garages
  3. Bridge Decks, Barrier Walls, Approach Slab, Side Walks, Wing Walls, Curbs
  4. Railways
  5. Marine Structures
  6. Thin pre-cast Elements and Façade Panels
  7. Research Facilities
  8. Transformers and Reactor / Inductor Stations
  9. Civil Engineering and Infrastructures
  10. Chemical Industries
  11. Pharma Industries
  12. Costal Ares
  13. Infrastructures (Interiors / Exteriors) 
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