FRP stands for fiber-reinforced plastics, it's a term typically used stateside here in North America. GRP is a term that means the same thing. But it's generally used over in Europe and Asia and stands for glass-reinforced plastic.
Excellent corrosion resistance
Excellent strength to weight ratio. Note that, the strength to weight ratio of FRP pipes are higher than steel or other metallic pipes.
Light weight which makes easy for handling and transportation.
Low coefficient of friction (>25% better than steel) that ensures excellent flow characteristics.
Good abrasion resistance
Suitable for both aboveground and buried piping
Resistance to biological attacks like bacteria
Non-conductive to electricity and
Low maintenance cost
Due to its high durability, corrosion resistance, and moderate strength, the use of FRP pipes is increasing day by day. FRP piping systems are used in various industries like:
Potable Water and desalination industries
Chemical, Petrochemical, Oil & Gas industries.
Ducting and Vent piping
Irrigation and Sanitary services
Water distribution and transmission
Power plants, etc.
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