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The fibreglass filaments are continuously wound around a polished mandrel at a precisely controlled helix angle and under controlled tension. The angle of wind is such that the strands lie along the line of the resolution of forces in both the axial and radial directions, and are in pure tension, as apposed to hand laid pipe where the rovings lie at 900 to each other, and experience a shear force as well as a tensile force. Simultaneously the fibreglass is impregnated with the carefully selected resin chosen to resist the attack of the chemicals the pipe will be handling and then wound onto the rotating mandrel. The result is a fibreglass reinforced plastic pipe of superior strength with a wall thickness substantially less than that of pipe made by other methods and materials.


FRP Pultrusion are used in many types of applications throughout many different industries. The FRP Pultrusion allows FRP Pultrusion to produce continuous lengths of fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) profiled shapes. Pultrusion material holds a lot of value over other types of materials that you may be considering for your next construction project or application


GRP is Glass Reinforced Polyester. It is a reinforced polymer made of resin, gelcoat and strengthened by fine fibres of glass CSM & Woven Roving matting. This mixture takes the shape of the mould it is set into and hardens to produce the desired product. GRP is a lightweight, extremely strong and robust material. It is versatile, durable and affordable. Moulded GRP can be produced with a matt or gloss finish, pigmented to almost any colour and manufactured in plain and patterned designs.

GRP architectural mouldings are an ideal product for external building works due to its material properties which provide good resistance against weathering, and GRP can be formed into a wide variety of designs making it suitable for both standard and more bespoke applications.  Hand Lay-up is moulding process where manually placed strand or woven fibreglass mat is combined with various resin and applied to an open mould. Manual rolling of the open mould is then to ensure even distribution of resin and to eliminate trapped air pockets. 


Compression moulding takes place in a device called a “compression moulding press,” which is usually hydraulically powered. Most compression moulding presses require that both the loading of SMC into the mould and the unloading of the finished product must be manually carried out by a skilled operator. The press usually consists of the upper and lower halves of the mould placed between two heated plates. Pre-heated SMC is placed into the lower half of the mould. The upper plate is then lowered, applying up to 2000 psi of pressure to the mould. Consistent application of heat and pressure causes the SMC to spread and properly fill every part of the mould. Compression moulding can therefore be used to create even complex, detailed parts with great accuracy.


Spray polyurethane foams are Polyurethane based insulation materials that can be sprayed onto surface by spray application method with the support of high-pressure machine equipment. After spraying, within seconds, spray polyurethane can easily take the shape of foam and become effective for insulation.


Strength, durability and high glass-to-resin ratio make it perfect for creating large, strong parts. In addition, RTM is also a viable option for moulding complex shapes, up to and including compound curves. Resin Transfer Moulding (RTM) is a popular manufacturing technique in composite production, involving the infusion of resin into dry fibre reinforcements within a closed Mold. This process offers precise control over resin distribution, resulting in high-quality, void-free composite parts.

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