Fiberglass (FRP) Products
As a world leader in industrial FRP/GRP systems, Enduro fiberglass products are installed around the globe in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. We ensure consistent and reliable product performance through comprehensive programs of quality control and with a world-class quality testing laboratory on-site at our headquarters, with design, engineering, manufacturing, and testing all on-site. Our vertical integration allows us to deliver our application-specific solutions on time and on budget.
INDUSTRIAL FIBERGLASS MATERIALS
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If there is a product or solution that you do not see on our website, please contact us to speak with a sales representative about a custom fiberglass product. We have engineered, manufactured, and installed a number of custom FRP/GRP products for our customers.
Fiberglass (FRP/GRP) products offer many advantages compared to traditional materials like stainless steel, concrete, or wood. With its extreme corrosion resistance, fiberglass products are the most cost effective over a lifetime for many applications. They also provide high strength, low weight, ability to withstand high temperatures, and customization capabilities.
Fiberglass composites are made up of glass fibers and resin. The resin and glass configuration are what determines the specific advantages of a fiberglass product. The glass fibers can be arranged continuously, woven, or chopped – each type provides differences in strength reinforcement, density, and weight. The resin mixture determines the level of corrosion resistance, temperature/fire resistance, UV resistance, and can also be formulated to be conductive or halogen-free.
This make up of glass fibers and resin is the reason why fiberglass (FRP/GRP) products can provide the ability to customize for a specific use or application.
Frequently Asked Questions about Fiberglass Products
FRP products are fiberglass reinforced plastics made up of glass fibers and resin. FRP products offer various benefits over traditional materials such as extreme corrosion resistance, high strength, low weight, and customization capabilities.
At Enduro, we utilize various manufacturing techniques to provide our clients with cost-efficient and high-quality fiberglass products. Manufacturing processes include pultrusion, continuous lamination, compression molding, resin transfer molding, open molding, spray-up, and fabrication. We design, engineer, manufacture, and test at our world-class testing laboratory on-site at our headquarters.
Fiberglass is as strong as steel but outperforms as it is more durable, impact-resistant, and adaptable. Additionally, fiberglass’s abilities to perform in extreme environments make it a clear alternative to steel in many industries such as construction, mass transit, and others.
FRP products are made from thermoset plastic resin that is reinforced with glass fibers through a reinforcement process such as pultrusion. The reinforcement process used will largely depend on the intended application of the FRP product.