What is GRP and why use GRP?
GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastics) is the material of choice for multiple applications.
Modern GRP composite materials are now widely used where high performance, low weight and or low cost are important.
At AllScope Projects we supply GRP and Carbon Fibre solutions to a wide range of sectors and industry applications for both high tech and efficient focussed solutions.
With the ability to easily produce prototypes of GRP and Carbon Fibre concepts, we can bring designs to test to mass production in a cost effective, short time span.
As a composite material, GRP can be more commonly referred to as fibreglass.
GRP is formed using a range of strand formats including chopped strand mat, woven roving, non-woven aramid Kevlar cloth, carbon fibre Kevlar hybrid cloth and Kevlar moulded.
AllScope Projects create GRP mouldings to your requirements meaning it can be as rigid or as flexible as your design needs.
We provide GRP and Carbon Fibre solutions to a wide range of industries.
AllScope Projects Clients Include:
Featured Case Studies:
Amscreen provide urban environments across the UK with the tools they need to become the cities of the future. AllScope supported Amscreen to create a GRP solution for their re-modelled digital version of the classic K2.
Phenolic GRP Train Parts have a minimum regulatory standard. See how we manufacture nappy changing units for trains on the West Coast mainline.
We were contacted by Dynamic Construction, a Yorkshire based building services and construction contractors, to support them with a roof top ventilation covers project at Leeds Beckett University.