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Advantages of FRP products

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updated:2020-10-29 15:39:00

FRP, or fiber reinforced composite (FRP), has many advantages over traditional materials:

High strength: FRP is very effective in providing high strength parts.They are designed to provide a specific range of mechanical properties, including tensile, bending, impact and compressive strength.FRP parts are designed with guide bars that can provide additional strength, directional force, or bending performance in part of the desired position.FRP has the specific strength of the material used in most similar applications.They can provide greater strength per unit weight than most metal alloys.

Ii. Corrosion resistance: FIBERglass will not rust or corrode.There are a variety of resin binder systems available to provide long-term resistance to most chemical and temperature environments.Well-designed FRP composite components have longer service life and less maintenance compared with traditional building materials.

Durability: FIBERglass composite technology is "new" compared to the way it often replaces materials such as concrete, steel and wood, so the full life of many composite components is still being developed.However, there are many cases where FRP composite ships, tanks and other products have a service life of more than 50 years after use!

4. Flexibility of design: FRP composites can be made into any shape.Applications can be configured to be complex, large or small, structured, decorated, or a combination of these.Freelance designers of composite materials try new concepts, from prototyping to production.

High dielectric strength: FRP composites have excellent electrical insulation properties, making them an obvious choice for current-carrying component applications.

Non-conductor: FRP composites are naturally poor conductors, which makes them ideal for applications such as Windows, door skins, exterior cladding and other insulation layers.

Use at high temperatures: Composite parts are manufactured using appropriate polymer binder and filler technologies that perform very well in high temperature applications.


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