GRP Pipes and FRP pipes (GRP and FRP acronyms) is used interchangeably in the fiber glass pipe industry. The difference is that the FRP Pipes acronym is primarily used in the United States and Canada while most other countries use the term GRP Pipes.
Glass fiber reinforced plastics (GRP) are a composite material made of a polymer matrix reinforced with fibers. Fibrex IntegraLine of GRP pipes is designed for corrosion resistance, weather resistance, visual inspection friendliness, and durability. For special design requirements, Fibrex also offers custom GRP pipe solutions.
GRP Pipes are used in the Following Industries
- Chlor-Alkali & Chemical Plants
- Industrial Water and Wastewater
- Metal Production
- Power Plants
- Flue-gas Desulfurization (FGD)
- Pulp and Paper Mills
GRP Pipe Inventory Sale
The GRP pipe listed below is all from various projects over the last 5 years. All GRP pipe is to the specification of various clients, either chemical companies, or power companies in the case of abrasive service pipe. Most of the pipe resulted from the reduction by the client in the scope of the project. Some resulted from inadvertent overruns. The pipe for chlorine service has contamination of the corrosion barrier and could have a reduced service life but only in that service. All other pipe is believed to be free of defects and will be inspected prior to shipment to insure its quality. There are also a few fittings available that match some of the pipe in our inventory. Availability is, of course, subject to prior sale. All prices are 50% off the original cost to the customer. Prices generally represent slightly less than the cost of the resin and the glass.
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FIBREX has over 30 years of experience with GRP and creating GRP pipes with a reputation for quality, reliability and performance in the toughest environments.