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Glass-Reinforced Plastic (GRP)

Fibreglass is an excellent example of relatively modern composite material (invented in 1938 by Russel Games). In industry it is often referred to as Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP).

GRP is composed of strands of glass. Each individual glass fibre is very fine with a small diameter, and they are woven to form a flexible fabric. The fabric is normally placed in a mould, for instance a mould for a canoe and polyester resin is added, followed by a catalyst. The process is repeated so that there are many layers of fiberglass and resins allowed to cure. The resulting material is stony, light weight. GRP can be sanded for a smooth finish and painted.


Glass-Reinforced Concrete (GRC)

GRC is one of the most versatile building materials in the twentieth century and has been developing the aesthetics of modern construction world wide. GRC is a family of high performance cement based composites reinforced with special alkali resistant glass fibers which suits a wide range of applications in varied thickness.

GRC is versatile and can be moulded to form futuristic designs or replicate traditional historic features. It can be painted, faced with fine aggregates, coloured or simple left with a natural white or grey, smooth or textured finish. GRC is a popular material for prefabricated architectural cladding.


Glass-Reinforced Gypsum (GRG)

A new concept material was brought from England in 1977, a product now known as Glass Reinforced Gypsum (GRG). This includes gypsum plaster reinforced with glass fibres to produce thin, light weight yet strong material.

GRG is for use where it is not subject to dampness. (Don’t use directly exposed to rain, fountains or wet locations). GRG can be used where light weight strong and fire resistant material is required (Casinos, hotels, theaters, residential etc.)