Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic grating in marinas
Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic grating is a good, cost-effective solution for many leisure purposes. Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic offers superior strength and durability in humid and water-rich (corrosive) environments compared to traditional metal grating. That is why this type of Fiber Reinforced Plastic grating is widely used in marinas nowadays.
All the advantages of Fiber Reinforced Plastic grating
FlexxCon supplies various types of FRP grating to marinas for use in jetties, platforms, piers, finger piers, mooring facilities, etc. Fiber Reinforced Plastic grating is high in strength and safe (very good anti-slip properties), weatherproof and has a long service life. Furthermore, Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic grating is easily, flexibly and quickly processed and installed.
Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic does not rust and does not rot
Wood, steel and stainless steel are much-used traditional materials in marinas. Use of these materials means that rust and rot are inevitable in the long run, which in turn may lead to dangerous situations. Which makes frequent and expensive maintenance of the marinas subsequently necessary.
Use of Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) grating in marinas for jetties, finger piers and platforms, among other things, has many advantages. Fiber Reinforced Plastic grating is:
- safe (anti-slip surface)
- corrosion-resistant (Fiber Reinforced Plastic does not rust and does not rot)
- has a long service life
- easy to process
- easy to install
Use of Fiber Reinforced Plastic is a high-quality alternative for many applications. The leisure sector also makes use of the many advantages FRP has to offer.