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With over 30 years of experience in the industry GRP Consultants are on call to give you expert advice and answer questions about the suitability and application of GRP in your project.

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  • Any length GRP (up to 2.55m x 40m)

GRP stands for Glass Reinforced Plastic. It is a composite material made of a polymer matrix reinforced with glass fibres. Glass Reinforced Plastic is also known as: composite plastic, FRP and Fibreglass. It’s all the same!

GRP offers exceptional corrosion resistance, high strength-to-weight ratio, durability, and versatility. It is also lightweight and requires minimal maintenance.

Yes, GRP is highly suitable for outdoor use and excels in harsh environments due to its excellent resistance to corrosion, UV rays and extreme weather conditions.

Absolutely, GRP can be easily customised and fabricated to meet precise specifications and complex layouts.

GRP is environmentally friendly as it is non-corrosive, long-lasting and doesn’t leach harmful chemicals. It helps reduce the need for frequent replacements and repairs.

While GRP is highly versatile, it may have some limitations in extremely high-temperature applications or where specific certifications are required.

GRP has a similar cost but offers substantial long-term savings due to reduced maintenance and extended lifespan.

GRP products have a long lifespan, often exceeding several decades, depending on the application and environmental conditions.

Contact us through our website and our team will be happy to provide you with a customised quote based on your project requirements.

We hold the majority of GRP products in stock ready to dispatch quickly and efficiently throughout the UK and internationally. Please contact us for delivery options and cost.

Yes, GRP can be screen printed, painted or coated to achieve the desired aesthetics and colour schemes for your project.

Safety considerations are similar to those for working with other materials. Proper safety protocols should be followed, including eye and respiratory protection when cutting or grinding.

Feel free to reach out to us for more information and expert guidance; we’ve got over 30 years of experience to draw on.

GRP stands for Glass Reinforced Plastic. It is a composite material made of a polymer matrix reinforced with glass fibres. Glass Reinforced Plastic is also known as: composite plastic, FRP and Fibreglass. It’s all the same!

GRP offers exceptional corrosion resistance, high strength-to-weight ratio, durability, and versatility. It is also lightweight and requires minimal maintenance.

Yes, GRP is highly suitable for outdoor use and excels in harsh environments due to its excellent resistance to corrosion, UV rays and extreme weather conditions.

Absolutely, GRP can be easily customised and fabricated to meet precise specifications and complex layouts.

GRP is environmentally friendly as it is non-corrosive, long-lasting and doesn’t leach harmful chemicals. It helps reduce the need for frequent replacements and repairs.

While GRP is highly versatile, it may have some limitations in extremely high-temperature applications or where specific certifications are required.

GRP has a similar cost but offers substantial long-term savings due to reduced maintenance and extended lifespan.

GRP products have a long lifespan, often exceeding several decades, depending on the application and environmental conditions.

Contact us through our website and our team will be happy to provide you with a customised quote based on your project requirements.

We hold the majority of GRP products in stock ready to dispatch quickly and efficiently throughout the UK and internationally. Please contact us for delivery options and cost.

Yes, GRP can be screen printed, painted or coated to achieve the desired aesthetics and colour schemes for your project.

Safety considerations are similar to those for working with other materials. Proper safety protocols should be followed, including eye and respiratory protection when cutting or grinding.

Feel free to reach out to us for more information and expert guidance; we’ve got over 30 years of experience to draw on.

A VERSATILE MATERIAL LIKE NO OTHER

A Long List of Benefits…

GRP? FRP? Fibreglass? Composite Plastic?

GRP is a uniquely versatile material with a long list of benefits and even longer list of possible applications.

GRP FRP Fibreglass Sheet