This is the hardworking, easy-to-clean, impact resistant surface you need for utility and service areas. It will not rot, stain or corrode, dent or splinter and will not support mold or mildew. Wherever there’s a lot of action and high traffic, that’s where you need FRP wall and ceiling panel systems. When it comes to walls and ceilings, FRP means business.

Description: FRP is a composite material made of a polymer matrix reinforced with fibers. The polymer is usually an epoxy, vinylester or polyesterthermosetting plastic. FRP is commonly used in the aerospace, automotive, marine, and construction industries.

Application: FRP is manufactured and tested to perform in locations such as: commercial kitchens, public restrooms, hospitals, schools, correctional facilities, restaurants, car washes, meat and dairy facilities, coolers and freezers, supermarkets, clean rooms and laboratories.

1- What is fiber reinforced plastic?

Answer: Fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) (also fiber-reinforced polymer) is a composite material made of a polymer matrix reinforced with fibers. The fibers are usually glass, carbon, aramid, or basalt. Rarely, other fibers such as paper or wood or asbestos have been used.


2- Is carbon fiber a composite?

Answer: When combined with a plastic resin and wound or molded it forms carbon fiber reinforced polymer (often referred to as carbon fiber) which has a very high strength-to-weight ratio, and is extremely rigid although somewhat brittle.


3- Is fiberglass a composite?

Answer: Fiberglass (or fiberglass) is a type of fiber reinforced plastic where the reinforcement fiber is specifically glass fiber. The glass fiber may be randomly arranged but is commonly woven into a mat. The plastic matrix may be a thermo setting plastic– most often epoxy, polyester resin- or vinyl-ester, or a thermoplastic.


4- Is there metal in carbon fiber?

Answer: The properties of a carbon fiber part are close to that of steel and the weight is close to that of plastic. Thus the strength to weight ratio (as well as stiffness to weight ratio) of a carbon fiber part is much higher than either steel or plastic.


FIRST AID MEASURES:

EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXPOSURE:

Inhalation:
Not considered a problem under normal use. Dust generated during machining can
cause short term irritation of the mouth,nose, throat or upper respiratory tract.
Eye Contact:
Not considered a problem under normal use. Contact with dust generated during
machining can cause short term irritation.
Skin Contact:
Not considered a problem under normal use. Contact with dust generated during
machining can cause skin irritation.
Skin Absorption:
Not likely to occur.
Ingestion:
Not considered a problem under normal use.