FRP Wall Panels

WHART DOES FRP STAND FOR?
Fiberglass reinforced panels are used on walls and ceilings, installing it directly over solid surfaces. They provide a durable, scratch resistant surface, easy to clean panel and provides superior moisture resistance. They are great products to be used in classrooms, restrooms and restaurants. Fiberglass reinforced panels are made of strong polyester resin reinforced with fiberglass, providing a smooth wall surface.
The final non-porous surface is becoming real popular for its ability to produce a mold and stain resistant surface, protecting the wall from being scratched.

 

  FRP ADVANTAGES

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  • FRP provide a strong scratch resistant surface.
  • FRP could be cleaned easily using regular detergents, high pressure washers
  • FRP is a lightweight panel that is easy to install
  • FRP could be installed either with glue or fasteners
  • Improved chemical resistance
  • FRP could be installed over any existing wall surface
  • High impact resistance from shattering and scratches
  • Superior flexibility
  • FRP could save you money when preferred over other building materials
  • FRP will allow the growth of mold or mildew and will not rust or corrode

FRP Applications

FRP wall panels are ideal for kitchens, restrooms, dining rooms, offices, classrooms, hospital rooms, hallways, cooling towers, recreational areas and other secondary spaces. One of the most important applications of FRP panels is that  they can be installed over new and existing drywall too, used to repair damages surfaces.

  • Clean and modern architecture
  • Eco friendly materials
  • Idea to final solution

Fiberglass Reinforced Panels FAQ’s

Q: Can Fiber Reinforced Panels be installed over most substrates?

  • Fiber reinforced panels could be installed almost on all substrates. However, the installation method used will vary from one substrate to another.
  • Q: How to Install Fiberglass reinforced panels over Drywall?

  • Yes, FRP can be installed almost on all substrates by mechanical installation method. However if the contractor wants to install Fiberglass reinforced panels using adhesives, it could be done, just need to use solvent free adhesive only over porous surfaces such as concrete block, drywall, plywood or plaster walls. When installing FRP over non-porous surfaces, such as wall tiles, using a solvent base adhesive with rivets is recommended, In order to complete a better installation, remember to sand the tiles so the FRP could adhere better.
  • Q: Does Fiberglass reinforced panels could be installed flat against the wall?

  • FRP panels are so flexible so it can be installed flat against the wall.