FRP Profiles and Grating

FRP profiles  are produced with different materials (CFRP profiles (carbon profiles), GFRP (glass profiles) and AFRP (profiles of aramid or kevlar)) and in different shapes such ad angles, channels, plates and so on. FRP profiles are composite materials made of carbon fiber, glass fibers or aramid fibers embedded in a polymer resin (epoxy resin or polyester resin), and as an alternative to steel profiles everywhere they cannot be used because of the presence severe corrosion or strong magnetic fields. Various methods, such as poltrusion, fiber twisting, etc. are used to produce composite profiles. poltrutted profiles have a specific gravity of about a quarter of that of steel and one third of that of aluminum. The materials have very good tensile strength compared to steel profiles. Bending (by heating) These profiles are not allowed during installation due to the use of hard heat-treated polymers in the process of these profiles. Due to the special type of construction of this material, FRP sections can be made in different types of profiles. So there is no limit to the shape of the profile for this type of material.

The Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Grate (FRP grate) is made from unsaturated polyester and fiberglass. It is the pultrusion technology to turn slabs with a certain opening rate. It has the strength of steel, but it won’t corrode like steel can. FRP Gratings  are used due to their high strength, corrosion resistance, light weight, long life and safety. All FRP gratings are made to meet the highest international standards. FRP Grating  also has many advantages over steel grating for performance and cost effectiveness. With a much higher strength-to-weight ratio, molded fiberglass grating is easy to handle, allowing for quick installation.