Fibre Reinforced plastic (FRP) vs Steel: Advantages of FRP

Learn about the advantages of Fibre Reinforced Plastic (FRP) when compared to steel. This low cost material is a great alternative when looking to install safety handrails, flooring, ladders and other non-slip surfaces in industrial areas. FRP material is strong and flexible, light, highly resistant to to corrosion and impact,…

Is Corrosion Eating Away at Your Budget?

Corrosion presents a huge problem for mining companies the world over, but in Australia, where extreme environmental conditions play a role, it's a critical consideration. Reviews carried out by the Western Australian Corrosion Research Group suggest that corrosion creates a significant cost burden to the mining industry, with estimated costs…

Fertiliser Plant Safety Issue Solved – Corrosion Control With Solid Top Grating

Due to the nature of the chemicals they work with, industrial fertiliser plants are very frequently plagued with corrosion issues that can represent real hazards to both occupational health & safety as well as productivity. At FRP, we’ve been worked with a wide variety of different fertiliser plants over the…

Planning Ahead with FRP Engineering – Save Time, Money and Aggravation

At FRP we pride ourselves on founding great, long-lasting and mutually beneficial relationships. One of our clients was recently in need of some floor grating for a plant expansion at a remote worksite and, having been very happy with the work we’d done for them in the past, they contracted…

Chemical Storage Facility Benefits from FRP

For decades, FRP tanks have been used as the material of choice for the containment of chemicals, whether that be storage in the form of tanks or transmission in the form of pipes, that are used in the water treatment and waste water treatment industries. The ability to tailor a…

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