Natural draught type cooling towers

Natural draught type cooling towers

Profiles made of GRP composite – glass fibre reinforced plastics - are a modern-day alternative to conventional building materials like concrete, aluminium, steel and wood.

GRP has the advantage of combining a number of properties not normally all found in a single material.

In particular, GRP is notable for its strength, low weight and resistance to corrosion.

Composite profiles can be used in natural draught type cooling towers for the structural framework, for example columns and beams, and can also serve as support structures for cooling tower internals.

 

Load-carrying structures for cooling towers

The corrosion-resistance of Fiberline’s GRP profiles makes them ideal for load-carrying structures in cooling towers where the profiles are continuously exposed to the action of water.

 

Walking areas for cooling towers

The corrosion-resistance of Fiberline’s GRP profiles makes them ideal for walking areas in cooling towers where the components are continuously exposed to the action of water. Fiberline planks and gratings are perfect for this application. They are also available with non-slip quartz sand surface.

 

Railings for cooling towers

The corrosion-resistance of GRP makes this material ideal for railings on cooling towers where the profiles are continuously exposed to the action of water.

 

Supports for structural components in cooling towers

The corrosion-resistance of Fiberline’s GRP profiles makes them ideal for load-carrying structures in cooling towers where the profiles are continuously exposed to the action of water.

 

Management of cooling tower projects

Fiberline is equipped with a powerful project management resource consisting of designers, product engineers, and sales and order management personnel.
This team can successfully take the project all the way from concept to realization, steering all phases of the project process in accordance with the customers’ needs and requirements.