About (GRP) Glass Reinforced Plastic
The excellent strength-to-weight ratio of the material, coupled with its dimensional stability, makes Glass Reinforced Plastic the perfect material for an ever-increasing array of products and construction projects, including pressure vessels, chemical containers, power cabinets, and electrical enclosures, storage tanks and silos, point of sale displays, large-scale signage, kiosks and cubicles, novelty promotional items, shower flooring, roof and cladding systems, amusement park vehicles, moulds, lightweight car bodyworks, airplane parts, turbine rotor blades, playground and skatepark equipment, water slides, swimming pool linings, and much, much more.
For such an inexpensive collection of raw materials, Glass Reinforced Plastic (more commonly known as fibreglass) is unnaturally strong. It is the perfect construction material for vehicle parts (such as certain airplane parts) or outdoor fixtures (such as playground equipment), due to it being unaffected by sea air and corrosive road salt, where other materials could weather over time.
Here at stuart:pease we have over 40 years of real, hands-on experience working with Glass Fibre Reinforced Plastic. We take immense pride in all the GRP products we’ve created for our customers, ensuring we hit our deadlines each and every time.
If you’ve never worked with Glass Fibre Reinforced Plastic before, or you want to get an idea of how much more cost-effective production costs will be should you move your GRP manufacturing processes over to us, contact us today for free, professional advice.