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Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP)

Glass reinforced plastic, also known as fibreglass is widely used within the construction industry for the strengthening or refurbishment of existing buildings.

The strength, light weight and reduced construction complexity of GRP offers several, significant, advantages over heavy building materials.

Fibreglass moulds are incredibly strong due to it being a composite material. The strength is increased by using glass fibres and plastic woven together, resulting in a lightweight material. Click here for more industry news.

Expert fibreglass moulding manufacturers Stuart Pease can design, manufacture and construct bespoke products. Visit this site for more about glass reinforced plastic.

Fibre glass moulding by Stuart PeaseGRP can be used in many sectors:

  • industrial
  • POS display
  • construction
  • leisure
  • manufacturing
  • automotive
  • sustainability

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Their experienced team of multi-skilled, coded welders carry out work in all types of carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminium.  Their purpose-built, 68,000 sq ft facility has two fully-operational fabrication areas, including a fully-segregated clean unit.

Four Steel Walls has an innovative and adaptable approach which allows them to deliver value engineered, cost-effective solutions for a wide range of customers. Click here to get in touch.

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