Moulded gratings
Moulded gratings

Combining a number of unique advantages our fibreglass gratings are cost effective and suitable for use in aggressive environments such as offshore, in chemical industrial settings and cooling towers. 

Mini mesh gratings
Mini mesh gratings

Fiberline grp mini mesh grating is corrosion free and offers high durability with excellent slip resistance even in demanding environments like chemical industry and offshore. With a flexible material the mini mesh grating also ensures better walking comfort for walkways, flooring and more.

Superspan gratings
Superspan gratings

Superspan gratings have an unrivalled weight-to-strength ratio. This makes them ideal for places where a high load-bearing capacity is needed. Their low weight means that they are easy to handle and adapt at the installation site – in relation to existing piping systems, for example.

Stair treads
Stair treads

Fiberline's fibreglass stair treads have anti slip resistance and are corrosion-free, even in demanding conditions, for example industry, offshore installations, and swimming pools. They offer a durable, cost-efficient alternative to stair treads in another material, e.g. metals, steels, and plastic. With fibreglass the costs for operation, maintenance and unforeseen replacements are kept low.

Find durable fiberglass gratings with Fiberline

Find a wide selection of fiberglass gratings/GRP gratings and grating accessories on stock with Fiberline. Buy online today.

Our fiberglass gratings provide a cost-efficient alternative to a traditional grating like metal grating, elefant grating, plastic grating, and steel grating. It is strong as steel, but has low weight, it is corrosion free and has a long lifetime even under harsh environments, and finally it is easy to work with without any special tools. Other advantages include:

  • Low weight

  • Great strength

  • Corrosion free

  • Chemical resistance

  • electrical insulation

  • Easy to work with

  • Thermally insulating

  • Minimal maintenance

Learn more about all the advantages of fibreglass here

Where can a fiberglass grating be used?

Our GRP/fiberglass grating is corrosion resistant and a durable alternative to a steel grating, metal grating or other types of gratings. This makes our fiberglass grating a cost-effective alternative in harsh and humid environments where you can save costs for future maintenance and costly downtime.

These properties make our fibreglass gratings especially suitable for these industries

  • Offshore installations

  • Chemical industry

  • Cooling towers

  • Bridges

  • Swimming pools

  • Wastewater and chemical plants

  • Rail industry

  • Marine and Coast

In addition, and in contrast to metal gratings, our GRP grating is not exposed to electrolytic corrosion. The fiberglass grating also provide electrical insulation and can therefore be used along railway lines with minimal earthing. Learn more about our industries here 

Easy to work with fiberglass open mesh

Our moulded GRP/fibreglass grating is as easy to work with as timber and you do not need any special tools nor hot work, which is often the case with a steel grating or steel mesh grating. They can therefore easily be adapted to existing piping systems and other arrangements at the installation site. The weight ratio and low weight also ensure that you can easy work with them – often without the need for any special machinery nor cranes.

Take a look a our instruction videos here 

Why choose a maintenance free fibreglass grating?

Our maintenance free moulded fiberglass grating has an unrivalled weight-to-strength ratio unlike a metal grating, so it can be used in places where a high load-bearing capacity is needed.

With a unrivalled durability the grating has minimal or no maintenance needs which has a possitive effect on costs for operation and maintenance. Be inspired by other customers here 

Use fiberglass gratings for these constructions!

Our fibreglass grating is often used for constructions where there is a need of light weight, slip resistant top surface, and where other materials succumbs to corrosion. We have listed some ideas here:

  • Bridges

  • Walking surface for platforms and access ways

  • Stairs and staircases

  • Surface ensuring

  • Top surface

  • Oily and slippery environments

  • Trench covers

  • Industrial flooring

  • Contact with process water, salt water, chlorinated water and other corrosive fluids

  • Corrosive environments

Find our standard solutions with fibreglass here 

Fibreglass gratings compared to steel gratings

Fibreglass gratings from Fiberline Building Profiles are durable and corrosion-resistant, which makes them ideal for use in harsh environments such as offshore installations and in chemicals industry, swimming pools, and cooling towers. The fiberglass grating is hard-wearing, chemical resistant, and do not corrode like a steel grating. See more comparisons of steel and fiberglass here 

Get the right GRP-grating

You can always find a suitable fibreglass grating for your construction here with us. Find a number of different fibreglass gratings and grating panels with different qualities like Iso polyester or ortho polyester. Our entire selection of fiberglass gratings come with high slip resistance factor R13 according to BGR 181. Our selection of fibreglass gratings include:

- Fiberglass moulded grating

- Fiberglass mini mesh grating

- Fiberglass superspan grating

- Fiberglass moulded grating steps

Read more or buy a product sample box, which contains three of our popular GRP gratings.

All you need of GRP gratings and accessories

Fiberline offers a number of accessories for open mesh moulded fibreglass gratings, including clips, clamps and other fittings for mounting of fiberglass gratings and fiberglass grating panels. Find it all in one place here with Fiberline Building Profiles. Explore accessories 

Chemical resistance of our fiberglass grating

With our open mesh fibreglass grating you are guaranteed a non slip/slip resistance surface which our customers often use for GRP flooring or solid top grating for construction purposes. The GRP grating is durable, non slip, and corrosion free even in many aggressive and corrosive environments. Find out more about the chemical resistance of our open mesh fibreglass grating here.

Find selection, prices, and stock status online

You can always find our most popular fibreglass gratings available for ordering on our webshop when it suits you. Do you need help with our products or advice on future constructions, find our opening hours here.

Please contact one of our employees if you have further questions or enquiries.

Frequently asked questions about fibreglass

What is fibreglass made of?

Fibreglass is a composite material that consists of glass fibres and thermoset plastics. Fibreglass components can be made up in many different ways, among others, by pultrusion, moulding and hand lay-up. By combining the properties of these two materials, the profile’s unique properties are tailor-made and adapted specifically for their intended use. Those properties include high strength, low weight, excellent corrosion resistance and good electrical insulation properties. We use pultrusion, which is an energy-optimised process that makes our profiles environmentally sustainable in the production phase. Learn more from this video, where we explain the production process.

What properties does fibreglass have?

Fibreglass, being a composite material, gives the possibility of combining the properties of many different materials. These properties include high strength, low weight and outstanding durability. That makes fibreglass an unrivalled alternative to traditional materials such as concrete, steel, aluminium and timber. Furthermore, it is thermally insulating, electrically non-conducting and easy to work with. See all the advantages or find out about how fibreglass can be glued to other materials such as steel and timber here.

How is fibreglass manufactured?

Fibreglass solutions can be made in many different ways, among others, by pultrusion, moulding and hand lay-up. Pultrusion is a process that allows continuous production of fibreglass profiles with constant cross-section and material properties that are precisely tailored for the purpose. At Fiberline, pultrusion takes place by continual reinforced material being pulled through a guide where the fibres are placed precisely in relation to the profile cross section. The fibres are then led through processing equipment where they are impregnated with the matrix material. Watch our video about pultrusion here.