Composite Structures: Lower Lifetime Costs

Crossover bridge - composite structures

Fiberglass reinforced polymer (FRP) composites are increasingly being used to fabricate composite structures because they offer lower lifetime costs than traditional materials like wood, steel, and aluminium.

FRP composites are lightweight, strong, corrosion-resistant, non-conductive, and long-lasting. They also require very little maintenance. This means that FRP structures can last for many years without needing to be replaced or repaired, which can save a significant amount of money in the long run.

In addition, FRP composites can be easily customized to meet specific needs. This makes them ideal for a wide variety of applications, including:



Chemical processing

Marine infrastructure

FRP structures can be prefabricated and delivered to the worksite for quick and easy installation. This can save time and money, and it also reduces the risk of on-site accidents.

Overall, FRP composite structures offer a number of advantages over traditional materials, including lower lifetime costs, greater durability, and easier maintenance. As a result, they are becoming increasingly popular for a wide range of structural applications.

Here are some additional benefits of FRP structures:

They are fire-resistant.
They are impact-resistant and can withstand heavy loads.
They are mould and mildew resistant.
They are non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
They are UV resistant.

If you are considering a new structural project, FRP composites should be a top consideration. They offer a number of advantages over traditional materials that can save you money and improve the performance and longevity of your structure.

Contact us today for more information on FRP structures or any of our other FRP products and a member of our friendly team will be able help.