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Fiberglass Structural Profiles

Fiberglass Structural Profiles

Need to replace wood, steel, or aluminum components with a strong, lightweight, lost-lasting option?  Environmental Composites stocks a comprehensive array of FRP products with a fast order processing.

Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Products offer reinforced structural shapes  with the strength of traditional building materials but with a longer life cycle.  Lightweight and easy to install and the additional benefit of being built for safety.

FRP Structurals have a surface veil to protect against glass fibers penetrating the resin surface and to provide corrosion and ultraviolet resistance.  

FRP Structurals are offered in three resin series:

  • Standard Polyester (ST): General purpose isophtalic polyester resin, with good corrosion resistance.  Stocked in an olive green color.
  • Fire Retardant (FR): Fire retardant isophtalic polyester with a Class 1 fire retardance, with an ASTM e-84 flame spread rating of 25 or less and low smoke generation.  Stocked in gray or yellow colors.
  • Fire Retardant Vinylester (VE):  Fire retardant vinylester resin with a Class 1 fire retardance, with an ASTM E-84 flame spread rating of 25 or less and low smoke generation.  It is highly corrosion resistant and capable of higher surface temperatures.  Stocked in beige or yellow colors.

*NSF Certified (Food Grade) product available upon request.

Custom colors are available for all shapes.

Please contact us today at (352) 343-3449 or reach out to us on our online contact form to learn more about fiberglass structural profiles.

Documents

Fiberglass Structural Profiles Brochure

FRP Specifications

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