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Why We Use Fiberglass Angles?

Fiberglass channels, often referred to as FRP (Fiber-Reinforced Polymer) channels, are engineered components produced via the pultrusion method. This process yields a composite material from a blend of resin and glass fibers, creating a product with numerous benefits over conventional materials such as steel or aluminum.

pultruded angle

Part of building Application

Sand Surface Angle

Idea For Anti-Slipping

angle shape

A(mm) B(mm) T1(mm) T2(mm) A(mm) B(mm) T1(mm) T2(mm)
25 25 2.5 2.5 54 54 4 4
35 35 4 4 76 76 6 6
40 40 4 4 76 76 9.5 9.5
40.5 25 4 4 100 100 9.5 9.5
43 43 5 5 125 125 10 10
50 50 6.5 6.5 140 64 8 8
50.8 38.1 3.2 3.2 140 64 10 10

Benefits of Fiberglass Channels:

  • Resistance to Corrosion: These channels excel in environments prone to corrosion, such as chemical processing plants, cooling towers, wastewater treatment facilities, and exterior installations, due to their high corrosion resistance.
  • High Strength: Relative to their weight, fiberglass channels offer superior strength along their length compared to steel.
  • Reduced Weight: They are considerably lighter than structural steel, with a weight reduction of about 75%.
  • Minimal Maintenance: The need for regular maintenance, including de-rusting and repainting, is significantly reduced.
  • Stable Dimensions: Fiberglass channels reliably maintain their dimensions across a broad spectrum of temperatures and stresses.
  • Electrical Insulation: Their non-conductive nature is advantageous in applications requiring electrical insulation.
  • Flame Resistance: Many of these channels are designed to be flame retardant, an essential feature for specific construction uses.
  • Compatibility with EMI/RFI: The material does not disrupt electromagnetic or radio frequency signals, making it ideal for environments sensitive to such interference.
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