Dual Laminate FRP

From pipe spools to tanks and headers, all of our dual laminate products are constructed with a thermoplastic liner interior and a fiberglass-reinforced plastic (FRP) structure wrap exterior. Our services are turnkey start-to-finish with customized design and engineering to delivery and installation. If needed, all dual laminates can be layered with other products, including PTFE, for ultimate corrosion protection, ultra purity and elevated temperature resistance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dual laminate refers to a type of material construction used to fabricate industrial equipment, such as tanks and pipes, where two layers are combined. Typically, it consists of an inner layer made of a corrosion-resistant material and an outer layer made of a structural material.

Dual laminates are composite materials constructed by combining two layers, typically an inner corrosion-resistant layer and an outer structural layer. This is used to create equipment that can withstand both chemical corrosion and mechanical stresses.

The full form of PP FRP pipe is “Polypropylene Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Pipe.” It is a type of composite piping made from polypropylene plastic reinforced with fibers, typically fiberglass, for added strength and resistance to chemical corrosion.

Dual laminate piping refers to a type of industrial piping system constructed using dual laminate materials. It combines an inner layer of corrosion-resistant material with an outer structural layer to supply durability and resistance to both chemical corrosion and mechanical stresses.

FRP (Fiber-Reinforced Plastic) and PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) are both used for industrial applications, but they differ in composition and properties. FRP is a composite material reinforced with fibers (often fiberglass) for added strength and chemical resistance, making it suitable for harsh environments. PVC on the other hand, is a thermoplastic material known for its affordability and ease of installation but is generally less resistant to chemical corrosion compared to FRP.

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