Glass fibre and polyester resin are combined to create GRP pipes. GRP is an inert material with exceptional corrosion resistance, chemical resistance, and weathering resistance.
High-rated GRP pipes can transport a high flow at a low frictional head loss, reducing pumping costs and saving energy. These pipes also have a smooth interior surface, which increases their flow capacity.
GRP Pipes can be produced precisely in compliance with the laws of forces controlling the building of pipe that will come into contact with drinkable water and food owing to filament winding processing technologies combined with polymerization and vaporisation procedures.
Low Thermal & Electrical Inductivity
Because GRP Pipes are so well insulated from the heat, they don't require external heating to maintain a constant internal temperature. Cathodic security is not required either for GRP pipes.
increased tolerance for surge pressure GRP pipes are less likely to rupture as a result of water hammering than steel and C.I. pipes because to their higher stiffness and greater resistance to surge strain.
Distinct industries using our products
Our GRP pipes India are used by a wide range of industries, including those in the power, chemical, pharmaceutical, textile, paper/pulp, printing, sewage, pickling, dye, and metal finishing.
Raw materials used by GRP pipes
The three basic components required to create GRP pipes are glass reinforced plastic, siliceous sand, and polyester resin. GRP pipes exporters then distribute these products all over the world. The staff members purchase these raw materials from reputable vendors.
On the basis of control checks, knowledgeable staff members test the full spectrum of our products.
Hydrostatic pressure test
Polyester, epoxy, polyurethane, and other materials are commonly used in GRP pipes. These pipes are widely utilised in sewage pipe, irrigation, the oil and gas industry, and other purposes.