FRP Pultrusion Profiles
Pultrsuion profiles are manufactured by pultrusion process which would put the reinforced materials impregnated resin adhesive ,such as unidirectional fiber roving, continuous strand mat or other fabrics, under the pull force, through a group of perfoMRe into a die, and then cure by heating, continue to produce FPR profiles with unlimited length.
Modulus of Elasticity
Short Beam Shear
Notched Izod Impact
Coefficient of TheMRal Expansion
NBS Smoke Chamber
自熄 Self extinguishing
BS476 Part 6
Surface flame spread
BS476 Part 7
+80 to -100
UL TheMRal index
Fiber reinforced polymer composites are different from traditional construction materials such as steel or aluminum. Composite is composed mainly by fibers and resin. The fiber employ the fundamental principles of fibrous reinforcement improving the properties of the matrix in which that reinforcement contained. The resin acting as a glue to hold the fiber together to transfer stress between the reinforcing fibers, and protect the fibers from mechanical and environmental damage. The fibers used in the production are fiberglass, carbon fiber, aramid fiber and basalt fiber. The resins used in the production are polyester, epoxy and phenolics. Products of certain properties and useage can be produced by changing the combination of fibers and resin, the ration between fibers and resin, and the distribution and direction of fibers.
Production line Workshop
Regularly trainning Testing instrument
Higher strength than structure steel on a weight to weight ratio.
Return to original position without any permanent deflection or distortion.
Average 15% to 20% that of steel products.
FRP products are not susceptible to rusting, peeling nor flaking and are impervious to a broad range of corrosive elements.
FRP have low thermal conductivity and are non-conductive.
FRP products are transparent to radio waves, microwaves and other electromagnetic frequencies.
The coefficient of thermal expansion of FRP products are marginally less than steel and aluminum.
FRP has excellent mechanical properties at low temperatures.