FRP grating is a solid and lightweight grid-like material made from fibreglass-reinforced plastic (FRP). It is commonly used in industrial applications, such as walkways, platforms, stairways and trench covers. FRP grating has excellent resistance to corrosion, a high strength-to-weight ratio, long service life and low maintenance costs. It is also lightweight and easy to install. FRP grating offers a wide range of benefits for many different industries that require solid yet lightweight structures.
—FRP (Fiber Reinforced Polymer) grating is a type of grid-like structure made from fibreglass-reinforced plastic. It is lightweight, corrosion resistant and can be used in many areas including industrial and commercial applications. FRP grating provides an ideal solution for areas with highly corrosive environments, as it is resistant to most chemicals, including saltwater and other extreme conditions. It is also commonly used in the food industry due to its hygienic properties. FRP grating can be used for walkways, platforms, staircases, fencing, etc., making it ideal for various applications.
—FRP (Fiber Reinforced Plastic) Grating is an engineered composite material used to provide a durable, lightweight and corrosion-resistant structural surface. It is made of high-strength glass or carbon fibers embedded in a polymeric matrix and then thermally bonded for superior strength. FRP grating is widely used in industrial applications such as walkways, stair treads, platforms, landings and decking as it offers superior resistance to corrosion, slip resistance and low maintenance. Additionally, its light weight makes it ideal for areas where heavy steel grating would be too bulky or too costly. FRP Grating is perfect for areas requiring superior strength-to-weight ratios such as offshore platforms or chemical processing plants. Additionally, the material can be custom designed for specific applications with various colors available for aesthetic purposes.