Benefits and Application Areas
- Durable – Composite (FRP) covers have a long life and need little maintenance.
- Corrosion Resistance – Composite (FRP) covers resist damage from the weather and from harsh chemicals.
- No Stolen Risk: Composite (FRP) covers has not any scrap value so there isn’t any risk of stolen.
- Light Weight – Composite (FRP) covers is light in weight, compared to most cast-iron and metals.
- High Strength – Composite (FRP) covers can be designed to be far stronger than cast-iron or steel.
- High–Impact Strength – Composite (FRP) covers can be made to absorb impacts.
- Non–Conductive – Composite (FRP) covers are nonconductive, meaning they do not conduct electricity.
- Non–Magnetic – Composite (FRP) covers contain no metals; therefore, they are not magnetic. They can be used around sensitive electronic equipment.
- Radar Transparent – Radar signals pass right through composite (FRP) covers.
- Low Thermal Conductivity – Composite (FRP) covers are good insulators—they do not easily conduct heat or cold.
- Industrial plants
- Treatment plants
- Electrical distribution and substation buildings
- Petroleum platforms
- Food plants
- Chemical industry
- Textile factories
- Military facilities