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Fiberglass T Profile
  • frp T profile
  • frp T profile

FRP T Profile

Fiberglass reinforced polymer (FRP) T-sections are structural components manufactured through the pultrusion process, where fibers are impregnated in resin and pulled through a heated mold to form a continuous T-shaped section. Compared to traditional materials such as steel, wood, or aluminum, these profiles have several advantages, mainly because they possess excellent corrosion resistance, high strength-to-weight ratio, and durability in harsh environments.

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Fiberglass T Profiles, commonly known as FRP T Profiles, are employed across numerous sectors due to their distinctive attributes, such as robustness, lightness, resistance to corrosion, and adaptability in customization. They find application in several key areas:

  • Infrastructure: Utilized in elements of bridges, corrosion-resistant safety rails, railway crossing beams, and barriers for noise on highways, showcasing their longevity and resilience to the elements.
  • Utilities: Ideal for applications like utility poles, support crossarms, and markers for utility lines, benefiting from their insulating properties and decay resistance.
  • Construction: These profiles serve in the construction industry for structural framing and crafting anti-slip surfaces for pedestrian use.
  • Cooling Towers: Chosen for cooling tower construction due to their structural integrity, long-lasting nature, and immunity to corrosion and rot.
  • Outdoor Applications: Their resistance to corrosion and lightweight nature make them well-suited for exterior uses, facilitating straightforward installation or assembly.
  • Customized Solutions: Their customizable nature enables modification to meet specific requirements of projects, offering a variety of sizes, colors, and finishes.
Fiberglass T product

T shape profile

A(mm) B(mm) T(mm)
25 25 2
30.5 33.2 2.5
54 25 5
54 45 6
54 54 5
60 50 6
76 38 6.4

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