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GRP Profiles

GRP profiles are commonly used in industrial spaces like walkways, steps, and pedestrian bridges. The Pultruded GRP Equal Angle and Pultruded Toeplate Kickplates GRP profiles we stock at BM Steel offer excellent durability and are corrosion resistant. The high glass-to-resin ratio of GRP profiles boosts their strength to rival that of steel. It also increases resistance to shock and rigidity.

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GRP profiles are commonly used in industrial spaces like walkways, steps, and pedestrian bridges. The Pultruded GRP Equal Angle and Pultruded Toeplate Kickplates GRP profiles we stock at BM Steel offer excellent durability and are corrosion resistant. The high glass-to-resin ratio of GRP profiles boosts their strength to rival that of steel. It also increases resistance to shock and rigidity.

Made from lightweight Glass Reinforced Plastic, our GRP profiles won’t require heavy lifting equipment for loading or manoeuvring around a construction site. They make for very easy transportation and installation. Our GRP profiles can tolerate high impact and are resistant to chemical damage. They are also fire-resistant and have low electrical and thermal conductivity. 

The benefits of using GRP profiles include that they’re strong and durable, since they’re load-tested for safety. They’re virtually maintenance-free and will not crack or chip. Plus, they suit most environments and offer easy handling, fabrication, and assembly. 

BM Steel provides professionally crafted GRP profiles that ensure high-quality products. They can be easily and conveniently purchased online and we’re here to help if you need specialised guidance. Contact our expert team today. 
 

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6m Pultruded GRP Box Section 50mm x 50mm
6m Pultruded GRP Box Section 50mm x 50mm
GRP box section is a lightweight and durable structural material that is ideal for a wide range of applications. It is made from glass reinforced polymer (GRP), which is a composite material that consists of glass fibers embedded in a resin matrix. GRP box section is strong, stiff, and corrosion-resistant, making it an excellent choice for use in harsh environments. Our box sections are currently...
£72.00 inc VAT
6m Pultruded GRP Channel6m Pultruded GRP Channel
6m Pultruded GRP Channel
Our 6m Pultruded GRP Channel is a reliable and versatile structural material that is perfect for a wide range of applications. Made from glass-reinforced plastic, this channel is lightweight yet incredibly strong, offering exceptional durability and resistance to corrosion. Whether you require structural supports, walkways, platforms, or any other type of structure, our GRP channel is the ideal choice. One...
from £36.00 inc VAT

6m Pultruded GRP Equal Angle
Ideal for building frames and truss structures, our Equal Angle Profiles are built to comply with BS EN 13706 E23/E17 standard. These pultruded profiles are an ideal alternative to traditional steel and timber, offering cost-effective, durable and corrosion-resistant protection for industrial structures. Being exceptionally strong and sturdy, GRP profiles can be used in a range of ways and come in...
Was £16.80 Now from £12.00 inc VAT
6m Pultruded Toeplate Kickplate - 3mm x 150mm6m Pultruded Toeplate Kickplate - 3mm x 150mm
6m Pultruded Toeplate Kickplate - 3mm x 150mm
BM Steel's FRP/GRP kick plates, also called FRP/GRP toe plate, are manufactured through a pultrusion process and have the characteristics of safety and corrosion resistance. FRP/GRP kick plates should be added on protective railings on working platforms or channels which may use tools and equipment items or may have dangerous devices such as pickling, plating or degreasing. BMsteel GRP toe plates/...
£86.40 inc VAT

GRP Profiles FAQs

What are GRP profiles?

Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) profiles are composite structures used in many applications like bridge decking, catwalks, electrical insulation, service risers, work platforms, and more. 

Is GRP the same as fibreglass?

Yes. GRP stands for Glass Reinforced Plastic and is also called composite plastic, fibreglass, and FRP, or fibreglass-reinforced polymer.

What is GRP vs FRP?

GRP is Glass Reinforced Plastic, and FRP is fibreglass-reinforced polymer.

What is the difference between GRC and GRP?

GRC stands for Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete, and GRP is Glass Reinforced Plastic. They are different products with different applications.

What is a GRP in architecture?

In an architectural context, GRPs are mouldings used in construction.