Ideal for building frames and truss structures, our GRP Angle Profiles are built to comply with BS EN 13706 E23/E17 standard. Sold in 6000mm lengths. We also offer a cutting service – for details click here
- Exceptional strength: on a weight to weight basis, fibreglass angles are stronger than structural steel. The excellent impact strength of GRP profiles reduce damage caused by accidental collisions
- Lightweight: weighing up to 80% less than steel and 30% less than aluminium, FRP profiles provide equivalent performance for considerably less weight
- Corrosion resistant: GRP profiles are generally unaffected by exposure to a wide variety of corrosive chemicals and environments. A synthetic surface veil is applied, to provide a resin rich layer, thereby enhancing the already excellent corrosion resistant properties
- Maintenance-free: the corrosion resistant properties of our GRP angle profiles remove the necessity of periodic painting or surface treatment
- Low thermal conductivity: all of our GRP structural profiles have a low thermal conductivity. For example they are around 1/250 of aluminium, and 1/60 of steel
- Non-conductive: GRP profiles are electrically non-conductive, making their specification ideal for cable trays, ladders, cover boards etc.
- Electromagnetic transparency: GRP Angles are transparent to radio-waves, microwaves and other electromagnetic frequencies. Therefore, fibreglass structural profiles are ideal for aerial masts and radar applications
- Dimensional stability: GRP is resistant to stretching, warping, or swelling over a wide range of temperatures and physical stresses
- Thermal stability: GRP profiles are capable of withstanding continuous exposure to temperatures of up to 65 degrees C
For more support options, take a look at our GRP I-Beams.