GRP STRIP PROFILES

GRP STRIP PROFILES

Strip profiles

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We offer strip fibreglass profiles with a high level of quality. All of our structural profiles are CE-marked, which is your guarantee of consistently high quality every time you make a purchase from us. Our strip profiles are corrosion-free and have a long life, even in demanding and corrosive conditions.

6 x 500 mm
6 x 500 mm
Item no.: 030868
Standard
Explanation
This is a standard product and is therefore usually in stock (intermediate sales reserved).

In stock

€ 47.03 € 78.39 (-40% on selected lengths)
Meter price excl. VAT
10 x 500 mm
10 x 500 mm
Item no.: 030964
Standard
Explanation
This is a standard product and is therefore usually in stock (intermediate sales reserved).

In stock

€ 91.64 € 130.92 (-30% on selected lengths)
Meter price excl. VAT
6 x 100 mm
6 x 100 mm
Item no.: 030887
Customized lengths
Explanation
This is a non-standard product, thus there is a requirement for a minimum quantity when purchasing this.

Production & delivery: 8-10 weeks.

10 x 100 mm
10 x 100 mm
Item no.: 030876
Standard
Explanation
This is a standard product and is therefore usually in stock (intermediate sales reserved).

In stock

€ 27.03
Meter price excl. VAT

Strip fibreglass profiles

We offer strip fibreglass profiles with a high level of quality. All of our structural profiles are CE-marked, which is your guarantee of consistently high quality every time you make a purchase from us.

Corrosion-free strip profiles

Our strip profiles are corrosion-free and have a long life, even in demanding and corrosive conditions, such as in offshore installations and at wastewater treatment plants. This gives them a long functional life, with minimal or even no maintenance.

 

Frequently asked questions about fibreglass flat profiles

How do I glue fibreglass flat profiles?

Gluing fibreglass depends on the type of job involved, but it is usually very easy to do. You can glue fibreglass to fibreglass, steel, timber and concrete. We recommend that you should always prepare the gluing site by sandpapering it and then cleaning it to remove any dust, paint, oil etc. This will give better adherence, thereby increasing the life span of the object. Follow our step-by-step instructions on how to bond fibreglass to steel here.

What kind of adhesive should I use for fibreglass?

We recommend that you use a two-part epoxy adhesive for gluing fibreglass to create strong joints. It is always advisable to follow manufacturer's instructions for mixing and drying time. The glue should be applied with a layer thickness of 0.1-2 mm on both sides of every joint for improved adherence. Although this can vary depending on the task. An evenly distributed pressure is required for the glue to dry. Watch our
step-by-step video tutorial here.

Can fibreglass be glued to steel?

Fibreglass can quite easily be glued to steel and create strong joints – provided that these are made correctly. We recommend that you prepare both surfaces using sandpaper of a grade of 60-100 at the fiberglass/steel bonding surfaces, and clean them to remove dust, dirt and oil and thus give the best possible adherence to both materials. In case of gluing epoxy resin surfaces or galvanized steel,
we recommend that an engineer first perform a structural analysis for the construction. Watch our step-by-step video tutorial here.