What is GRP?

GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) consists of a matrix of polyester resin reinforced with filaments of glass fibre. The characteristics of GRP vary depending on the type of glass and resin used in manufacture. By combining GRP with other materials, it can be suited to a wide range of different applications.

Typical Applications

The versatility and innate properties of GRP make our range of cladding panels ideal for many applications across all market sectors. Proof of its versatility can be seen in Marine construction, Railways, motor vehicle bodies, drainage and guttering pipes, septic and interceptor tanks, architectural feature work and cladding.

Construction
Railway cladding
Railways
marine cladding
Marine
Offshore
VulcaTuf GRP Rainscreen Cladding Panels

VulcaTuf® – GRP Rainscreen Cladding Panels

VulcaTuf® rainscreen cladding panels are made from GRP which are laminated with woven glass reinforcement for higher impact resistance and reduced thermal movement. Complies with BS 5544: Resistance to manual attack and BS 6206: Impact performance of safety plastics.

Vulcalucent translucent cladding panels

VulcaLucent™ – Translucent GRP Cladding Panels

VulcaLucent™ cladding panels are made from GRP and can be produced in a wide range of colours and anti-vandal textures. See our product page for more information.