Benefits of Fiberglass
High-Strength fiberglass is used in many markets, including industrial, equipment, water treatment facilities and many marine and shipboard industries.
The addition of the glass fibers greatly add to the compressive strength and tensile of the base, unreinforced resin; allowing fiberglass to rival or exceed the comparative strengths of steel.
The design and manufacturing flexibility of fiberglass, provides opportunities to consolidate parts and to incorporate many features into the part to further reduce the total part price.
Composite parts provide superior strength, stiffness and light weight, and can be formed into any shape.
Fiberglass works to absorb sound.
Fiberglass is a highly versatile material that excels in the most challenging applications and is rapidly displacing aluminum, steel, wood and other plastic products.
The dimensional stability from the solid fiberglass means no cracking, curling, expanding or contracting.
Fiberglass composite is resistant to most oxidizing agents, acids, metal salts, bases, reducing gases and sulfur gases, making it the material of choice for corrosion resistant applications.
Fiberglass composite materials combine outstanding impact resistance and strength with very low weight and an attractive surface that is easy to clean.