What is Phenolic GRP and why use Phenolic GRP?
Phenolic GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastics) is a fire retardant resin, providing enhanced safety and protection.
Phenolic GRP is achieved by inserting a fire retardant resin into base materials such as glass and carbon fibre. This enables products to be more resistant to elements of heat and chemicals including temperature, flames, smoke and toxicity.
A Phenolic GRP structure will also produce much lower smoke emissions that non phenolic materials.
High Corrosion Resistant
Low Smoke Emissions
High Temperature Resistant
Low Toxic Fume Emissions
Cost Effective Production
Quick Prototyping & Production
Safety Critical Solutions – Special Design Considerations
AllScope Projects supply GRP Phenolic solutions for a wide range of products and sectors where safety critical solutions are a prerequisite to a project.
What is the HDT (heat deflection temperature) criteria of a product?
Phenolic fire and heat resistance can vary from extreme lows to extreme high temperatures
See how we can support your design and requirements through Phenolic GRP designs and production.
AllScope Project 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.