Perhaps we’re getting closer to fiberglass recycling

Article courtesy of www.compositesworld.com Earlier this year I wrote an article on composites recycling (here’s the link: https://www.compositesworld.com/articles/composites-recycling-gaining-traction ) and one of the things that struck me was how little fiberglass composite waste was being recycled. OK, I know you’re thinking, carbon is worth recycling and glass is not, because…

FRP Threaded Fasteners

FRP threaded rod and nuts are ideal for applications requiring mechanical fasteners that must be non-corrosive, low in conductivity and/or transparent to electromagnetic waves. FRP threaded rods are manufactured by machining a thread into an FRP solid rod. The solid rods are manufactured from premium grade vinyl ester resins using…

Chemicals Storage Facility Access Infrastructure

Given the highly corrosive nature of the chemicals, designers of a new purpose built chemical storage facility located in Perths' south had to consider the long term maintenance requirements of the access infrastructure. Over the years, the cost to maintain corroding materials can be more costly than the initial capital…

FRP Cable Ladders and Trays

The past decade has seen the use of FRP materials become more prevalent in many construction industries due the the many benefits the material offers. Historically, FRP materials were only considered in highly corrosive environments for obvious reasons. The corrosion resistant glass fibre reinforced plastic (FRP/GRP) cable ladders are manufactured…

From Old Swimming Pool to New Backyard

From Old Swimming Pool to New Backyard

What do you do with your old swimming pool once the kids have moved away? Our clients came up with a novel approach to this question. Instead of paying thousands of dollars to have the old pool removed and the hole backfilled, they went to a Landscape Architect who recommended…

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