Fiberglass has been used since the 1950s for the construction of objects exposed to atmospheric agents such as car bodywork, boat hulls, swimming pools, tanks and more.
It has excellent strength and lightness that allows it to be used in many areas. It is also highly resistant to corrosion in basic environments, which makes it excellent for the manufacture of tubes, tanks and silos.
No less important is its poor electrical conductivity, which opens doors for other applications such as electrical equipment covers. A very versatile material.
- Resistance to weather agents
- Chemical resistance in basic environments
- Mechanical resistance
- Poor electrical conductivity
Examples of applications:
- Car bodywork for passenger cars
- Promotional and advertising items
- Plumbing, baths and swimming pools
- Isolation vans and fridge trucks
- Deck boats
- Furnishing articles for home, office and premises.