1. Properties of FRP pultruded profiles
A. High strength
FRP is stronger than structural steel on a pound for pound basis.
It has been used to buildings, walkway, sub-floors and platforms.
B. Light weight
FRP is 20-25% the weight of steel and 70% the weight of aluminum.
FRP are easily transported, handled and lifted into place. Total
structures can often be preassembled and shipped to the job site
ready to installation.
FRP will not rot and are impervious to a broad range of corrosive
elements. This feature makes FRP a natural selection for indoor or
outdoor structures in pulp and paper mills, chemical plants, water
and sewage treatment plants, structural near salt water and other
D. Electro-magnetic transparency
FRP are transparent to radio waves, microwaves and other
electromagnetic. It is widely used to make antennas.
FRP has low thermal/ electrical conductivity.
F. Dimensional stability
The coefficient of thermal expansion of FRP is slightly less than
steel and significantly less than aluminum.
FRP are pigmented throughout the thickness of the part and can be
made to virtually any desired custom color. Special surfacing veils
are also available to create special surface appearances such as
wood grain, marble, granite, etc.
2. Fiberglass pultruded profiles are manufactured with the
pultrusion process after choosing the correct raw materials major
including the resin, fibers and additives according to the profiles
requirement including mechanical strength, electrical insulation,
3. Fiberglass pultruded profiles can meet the customer's
requirements by using different combination of resin, fibers and
4. Fiberglass pultruded profiles offer a unique combination of
chemical resistance, size stability, high strength, and
thermal/electric non-conductivity, etc.
5. Fiberglass pultruded profiles are widely used as structural
members, handrails, water pipes, and mobile telecom outdoor