GRP I-PROFILES

GRP I-PROFILES

I-profiles

5 Products

Fiberline's fibreglass I-profiles combine several unique properties such as outstanding stiffness-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance in almost any environment. This makes the I-profiles a cost-effective alternative to steel and aluminum. 

120 x 60 x 6 mm
120 x 60 x 6 mm
Item no.: 100075
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This is a standard product and is therefore usually in stock (intermediate sales reserved).

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€ 18.53 € 37.05 (-50% on selected lengths)
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160 x 80 x 8 mm
160 x 80 x 8 mm
Item no.: 100078
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This is a standard product and is therefore usually in stock (intermediate sales reserved).

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€ 48.75 € 65.00 (-25% on selected lengths)
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200 x 100 x 10 mm
200 x 100 x 10 mm
Item no.: 100079
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This is a standard product and is therefore usually in stock (intermediate sales reserved).

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€ 60.91 € 101.52 (-40% on selected lengths)
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240 x 120 x 12 mm
240 x 120 x 12 mm
Item no.: 100077
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This is a standard product and is therefore usually in stock (intermediate sales reserved).

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€ 146.34
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300 x 150 x 15 mm
300 x 150 x 15 mm
Item no.: 100076
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This is a standard product and is therefore usually in stock (intermediate sales reserved).

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€ 228.74
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I-profile in fibreglass: An effective alternative

Fiberline's fibreglass i-profiles combine several unique properties such as outstanding stiffness-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance in almost any environment. This makes the I-profiles a cost-effective alternative to steel and aluminum. Other advantages include electrical and thermal insulation as well as easy on-site machining as well as a very light weight, which makes them easy to work with and install, thus, making you reduce the installation time and expenditure on special machinery and working hours.

Furthermore, when you work with fibreglass, you do not need any special tools or hot work, as is the case with steel, for example. We do, however, recommend that you use diamond-coated tools, because they glide through the material more easily and give a better cut. Learn more in our how to videos

How you can build with I-profile

There are many different possibilities when building with the I profile. Because of the high strength and stiffness of the I-profile the range of applications include girders in beam bridges as well as support beams for flooring and platforms. Due to the low weight and water absorption of the material, the profiles are also used for moveable floors in swimming pools.

Our I-profiles do not rust, rot or corrode – even in demanding environments. The profiles are resistant to the effects of weather, salt water and a whole range of aggressive chemicals. This makes them especially suitable for use offshore, near the coast or in cooling towers.

Get fiberglass profiles for your project

All our GRP profiles and brackets combine several unique advantages such as high strength, low weight and corrosions resistance, which provide a sophisticated, cost-efficient alternative to traditional building materials such as:

  • Concrete
  • Steel
  • Aluminium

Therefore, our fiberglass profiles are very versatile and can be used for almost every building and construction project. You can find everything you need for your next project at Fiberline Building Profiles; see our whole range of GFRP profiles here, or visit our webshop and order the product samles box with our structural profiles. 

Contact us for professional help

Do you need professional help with your next building project? Our employees are always ready to provide additional technical advice and help around our fibreglass solutions.

As a team, we represent many years of experience and the latest know-how within GFRP. Do you need further assistance, please contact us - we are always available to help you with technical sparring or advice. Check our opening-hours here or contact one of our employees today.

 

Frequently asked questions about I-profiles

Is fibreglass stronger than steel?

Our fibreglass profiles give you the same great strength as steel, but at a quarter of the density. Thus, you can reduce the weight of the end-solution - and that is an obvious advantage, when we take balconies, facades, new bridges or renovation of existing structures into consideration, where there already are specific limits with regard to the carrying capacity of the foundation. See the product comparison for our profiles v. steel and other traditional materials.

What is more durable? Fibreglass or steel?

Fibreglass neither rots nor rusts or weathers. Namely, it has unrivalled durability and long life, even in demanding environments such as swimming pools and constructions in the offshore and industry sectors - while steel corrodes fast in such environments. The chemical durability of our fibreglass profiles depends, among other issues, on the product type on our side, e.g. polyester or vinylester, as well as on the specific chemicals and temperatures the profiles are exposed to. Find out more here.

How long can fibreglass last?

Our fibreglass profiles have a long life span, including when applied in constructions. The profiles have shown excellent performance after being a component of a cooling tower where it has been exposed to high humidity levels for over 20 years. The same applies to our profiles in the case of swimming pools, where they also have been in use for longer than 15 years. Therefore, we willingly offer a 20-year guarantee for the mechanical properties of our profiles, including a guarantee against corrosion. See our guarantee certificate to gain acquaintance with all the details.