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Why Choice The Pultruded Kick Plates?

Pultruded kick plates, also known as Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) or Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) kick plates, serve as a safety and protective component in various industrial and construction environments. These plates are created through the pultrusion process, which pulls fibers and resin through a heated die to produce a continuous, consistent profile. The outcome is a product endowed with numerous advantageous properties and features.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Corrosion Resistance: Pultruded kick plates exhibit excellent resistance to corrosion, rendering them ideal for environments prone to chemical exposure, moisture, or other corrosive agents.
  • Durability: Characterized by their strength and durability, these plates can endure severe conditions, which enhances their lifespan and minimizes the necessity for frequent replacements.
  • Lightweight: Despite their robustness, FRP/GRP kick plates are light, facilitating easier handling and installation.
  • Non-Conductive: Their electrical insulating properties provide an additional safety measure in settings where electrical hazards exist.
  • Fire-Retardant: Certain pultruded kick plates are produced to be fire-retardant, increasing safety in areas susceptible to fire.
  • Customization: The pultrusion technique allows for customization in size and features, such as color and fire resistance, to suit specific requirements of a project.


Pultruded kick plates are primarily implemented for safety, attached to protective railings on work platforms, channels, or around machinery to avert the fall of tools, parts, or other items, thereby preventing injuries or damage. Their resistance to corrosion and chemicals makes them especially useful in industrial sites, offshore settings, swimming pools, and other locations demanding durability and resistance to extreme conditions.

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