Fibreglass Composite
Fiberzone LLC is supplying & manufacturing fiberglass Composites products & solutions.
 
Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics are a composite material consisting of fiberglass reinforcements in a plastic (polymer) matrix. The variations of both reinforcements and polymers allow an incredible range of physical and mechanical properties which can be developed specifically for the performance required.

Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic composites are strong, lightweight, corrosion resistant, thermally and electrically nonconductive, RF transparent, and virtually maintenance free. There are unique properties of FRP that make them suitable and desirable for a wide range of product applications.

Fiberglass is an attractive, light weight, and durable material with one of the highest strength to weight ratios available for component fabrication. It is also highly resistant to environmental extremes. Fiberglass reinforced plastics (FRP) do not rust, are highly resistant to corrosives, and are able to withstand temperature extremes as low as -80° F or as high as 200°F. Fiberglass reinforced plastics can be tooled, molded, and fabricated into almost any shape or design. There are few restrictions on color, finish, shape, or size. In addition to its versatility, FRP products are very affordable and cost effective solutions for almost any application, component, or part. Once molds have been created, parts can be easily duplicated at extremely cost effective price points.

FRP products are chemically inert, thus will not react chemically with other substances. FRP products are also structurally stable and exhibit the least amount of expansion and contraction with temperature fluctuations as compared to traditional materials. A process where each layer of the laminate is individually fabricated one at a time on a contact mold. Allows precise control of the glass content and ensures that the glass is thoroughly wetted out with resin. This fabrication method is the most labor intensive.

Advantages of Fiber Glass

GRP has got many advantages over most other materials. Some of the advantages are:

  • Advantageous strength/weight ratio
  • Chemical resistance (including water and corrosion resistance of all kinds)
  • Inherent colors, including maintenance-free finishes
  • Weathering resistance
  • Versatility of design
  • Possibilities for combination with other material
  • Wide choice of resins for special purposes
  • Thermal properties
  • Electrical properties
  • Thermosetting nature (compared with thermoplastics)
  • Versatility of manufacturing techniques
  • Rigidity (compared with thermoplastics)

Applications

  • Oil Industry.
  • Chemical Industry.
  • Water treatment Plants.
  • Construction Industry.
  • Pharmacy Industry
  • Electrical Industry
  • Food Industry