GRP - versatile use!
Chemical industry relies on GRP
There is no doubt about it! A stainless, extremely impact-resistant, chemical- and temperature-sensitive, easy-to-process and at the same time very light material convinces. Due to its outstanding properties, the GRP material is suitable for almost every field of application. Its highest load-bearing capacity and enormous durability, in combination with its low weight, quite simply makes glass-fibre reinforced plastic the material of our time. In addition, GRP is comparatively easy to install and leads to hardly any maintenance costs. It is not without reason that GRP has long since outstripped classic materials in many areas of application – especially in the chemical industry.
In recent years, the chemical industry has increasingly relied on the GRP material. This is not surprising, since glass-fibre reinforced plastic combines a multitude of positive properties. It is as hard as steel, but does not rust. It is precisely the high resistance to acids and the fact that GRP is corrosion-free that makes the plastic a sought-after material in the manufacture of production plants, apparatus linings, tanks or other containers and pipe systems. In addition, GRP is characterised by low maintenance expenditure and a long service life. Another advantage of GRP: in series production, the material generates comparatively low costs. It is hard to imagine the chemical industry without GRP.