The usage of FRP
FRP has typically been used as building materials for bathtubs, water tanks, septic tanks, etc. It is now more widely used in the chemical industry, construction equipment, and shipbuilding thanks to its excellent corrosion resistance, chemical resistance, and lightweight mechanical strength.
Cross-sectional diagram of FRP
- - It is (1/4) lighter than iron and has excellent mechanical strength.
- - It has excellent resistance to corrosion, acid, water, alkali, chemicals, weather, and heat. (heat resistance temperature 40℃ ~ 170℃)
- - It has outstanding thermal insulation and electrical insulation capabilities. (Thermal conductivity: 1/180 of iron)
- - It has no ION elution, and its construction is convenient and simple.
- - It displays strong adhesion, remarkable adhesion to cement, wood, and steel.
FRP production order
Removal of impuritiesRemoval of moisture
Removal of oil
Removal of dust and sand
PUTTYConstruction on a curved surface
with RESIN + TARC
FIRP laminationGLSASS FIBER(#450): 2 times
+ G/F(#570) 1 time
+ G/F(#450) Construction repeated 3 times