GRP-angle for easy and high quality construction
Working with our FRP angle profiles is very much like working with timber and does not require any special tools or welding. This makes them easy to fit and adjust to existing components on site, such as piping systems, etc.
In addition to their low weight, the solutions can usually also be assembled at a warehouse under controlled conditions and transported to the installation site in a pre-assembled form. This reduces the installation time on site, which is often expensive in relation to the costs of personnel, contractor machinery and operational downtime.
One of Fiberline’s distinguishing features is our production process, which is called pultrusion. This process involves pulling fibres, as opposed to extrusion, which pushes the material, through an enclosed tool where they acquire their very special properties. Thus, the quality also remains consistently high, because it is a continuous process.
Why choose angle profiles in fiberglass?
The GRP angle profiles have high strength and can advantageously be used for the assembly of stair treads and as brackets for many applications where load-carrying capacity coupled with thermal insulating properties is needed. Furthermore, the angel profile can be used as lateral bracing for constructions.
GFRP profiles are a cost-effective alternative to traditional materials such as concrete, steel, aluminium and timber. Whereas these materials have only one primary strength, GRP combines several advantages. This makes fibreglass ideal for the sustainable construction of the future. The key advantages are:
- Low weight
- Great strength
- Chemical resistance
- Electrical insulation
- Easy to work with
- Minimal maintenance
- Thermally insulating
- CE marking
Read more of all the advantages here: https://fiberline.com/10-advantages-of-fiberglass/.
CE-marking is your guarantee for quality
All Fiberline profiles are CE-certified, which is your guarantee of high and consistent quality every time you make a purchase from us. Among other things, CE marking on our GFRP profiles, such as our GRP angle and I-profile, means that the properties of our profiles are being constantly monitored and tested and that we can ensure traceability from raw materials through to your end products.
In 2018, Fiberline became the first and only company in the world to display the CE mark on its entire range of GRP structural profiles. In addition to our CE marking, the German construction authority Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik (DIBt) has approved our profiles for use in the German construction sector.
Get professional help today
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. Our team consists of talented consultants, engineers, technicians and operators, who, just like our composite materials, work best when different trade areas come together.
As a team, we represent many years' experience and the latest know-how in fiberglass. Do not hesitate to contact us - we are always available to help you with technical sparring or advice. Check our opening-hours here: https://fiberline.com/opening-hours/ or contact one of our employees today.