It would be difficult to imagine today’s life without GRP (glass fiber reinforced plastics). Originally used for insulation of houses, the material was used for industrial purposes in the early 20th century. GRP Pipe is used as the most preferred pipe type in aviation, automotive, maritime and construction industries with the developing technology.

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GRP General Features

As with many other composite materials, the two materials complement each other to form a stronger compound. Plastic resins are strong in compression loading; Glass fibers are very strong in tension. By combining the two materials, GRP becomes a material that resists both compression and tensile forces very well. Production methods of GRP include filament winding, centrifugal casting, hand laying and spray laying and pultrusion.


GRP Pipe Advantages

GRP has many useful features. It has low weight, high mechanical strength, resistance to chemicals and corrosion (thanks to its non-conductive properties and electrolytic corrosion), UV radiation and temperature stability, and environmental friendliness. GRP is waterproof and ideal for all outdoor applications. It can be customized to be fire retardant using non-combustible resins. GRP is an extremely durable material with a very long life expectancy and is ideal for a wide variety of applications in a variety of industries.

GRP Pipe Raw Material

Glass(fiber) Reinforced Plastic (GRP) is a composite material consisting of polymer matrix and glass fiber. The polymer matrix is ​​usually an epoxy, vinylester or polyester thermoset resin. The resin brings environmental and chemical resistance to the product, is the binder for the fibers in the structural laminate and defines the form of a GRP piece. Glass fibers add strength to the composite. They can be arranged randomly or oriented accordingly. The most common type of glass fiber used for GRP is E-glass, which is alumino-borosilicate glass. E-CR-glass (Electrical/Chemical Resistance) is also widely used in applications that require particularly high protection against acidic corrosion.

GRP in Pipeline Construction

Since the 1950s, GRP has taken a firm place in the construction of pipelines. The range of applications covered by the GRP piping solution today is very wide: from sewage systems and potable water lines to storage tanks, drainage pipes, hydroelectric penstocks, industrial piping systems, as well as rehabilitation solutions with special non-circular pipe profiles. a few. The methods in which pipes can be laid are equally diverse and include open trench, above ground, suspended, underwater and trenchless technologies such as lining and micro-tunneling.

GRP Pipe Price List

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