What is fibreglass made of?
Fibreglass is a composite material of plastic that has been reinforced with glass fibres.
It can be used in place of or in conjunction with steel and other materials.
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- soda ash
- calcined alumina
- nepheline syenite
- kaolin clay
What is fibreglass used for?
Fibreglass, also known as glass-reinforced plastic or GRP can be used in manufacturing to produce moulded products. Have a look at our case studies.
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Common uses for fibreglass:
- Industrial – bulk storage tanks, HazMat containers
- POS display – large scale signage and displays
- Construction – architectural fibreglass mouldings like bespoke wet rooms
- Leisure – theme park rides, water rides
- Manufacturing– production of individual or large numbers of moulded products
- Automotive– lightweight car bodywork, aerospace
- Sustainability – for example, wind energy generators
Fibreglass Fabricators in the UK
For a premier fibreglass, moulding company choose Stuart Pease GRP laminate design and engineering.
They have been high-quality fibreglass moulders & fabricators for over 30 years. Based in Yorkshire, they supply products across the UK and worldwide.
Contact them for free, professional advice and a no-obligation quote.
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