GRP Introduction

This product is a kind of plastic or reinforced polymer (Glass-Fiber Reinforced Plastic). It is noticeable that there are different types of glass fibers each with a unique quality which can be used as one of the most useful kinds of fibers to produce reinforced polymer composites. Different resins are used to produce Glass-Fiber Reinforced composites, nevertheless, Epoxy resins are vastly used for their simple process and economic issues.

Composite panels have an insert with one or two sided burnished smooth layer surface. Reinforcing fibers have the main role in strengthening and resistance of composite panels including Aramidfibers, Carbon fibers, Kevlar fibers, etc. These fibers are in different shapes and types.

 

GRP Usages

  • Applying in exterior and interior facades 
  • constructing city landmarks
  • Making water fountains
  • Unique qualities of

GRP Products Unique Qualities

  • High Mechanical Resistance in comparison to their weight
  • High Resistance against Abrasion
  • Better Mechanical Qualities in Comparison to Metals
  • Heat Proof Quality

 

 

GRP Compounds:

  • Arthophetalic and Isophetalic Polyester resins
  • Vinylester resins
  • Epoxy resins
  • Cobalt and Lead improver
  • Epoxy and UP consistency
  • Erzovyl
  • Titan
  • Needle and straw-like Glass Fibers
  • Calcium Carbonate
 

 

GRP Advantages:

  • Resistant to Heat
  • Resistant to Weight
  • Faster installation in comparison to the traditional Materials
  • Lower Transportation Costs in Comparison to the Traditional Materials
  • Flexibility
  • Slight need to Maintenance
  • Long Life Span
  • Resistent to Chemicals and Acid Rains
     

 

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