FRP Structure

FRP pultrusion is one type of composite material that is currently increasingly used in various applications. FRP pultrusion has high strength, light weight, high corrosion resistance with fiberglass reinforced in polyester. The pultrusion process enables high-composite products to be produced in a variety of size and profiles.

The structure of our FRP series (support beams and columns) is made of composite continuous fiberglass pultruded sections that comply with CTI STD 37 and conform to ASTM E84D with a flame spread rating of below 25.

Pultruded FRP cooling towers

have become an alternative solution to traditional concrete cooling towers, since in many cases they cost less and their erection time is much shorter than that of cooling towers made entirely of concrete. In addition, pultruded FRP towers in many cases offer superior corrosion resistance.