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    FRP composites product features energy-efficient windows and doors

    Issue Time:2011-11-11
      Glass fiber reinforced plastic --- FIBER, REINFORCEDPLASTICS referred to FRP composites, is a new composite material, which is the matrix resin and reinforcing fibers composed of a compound similar to reinforced concrete structures, due to the resin and fiber in the performance of "complement each other ", it has a lightweight, high strength, corrosion resistance, insulation, thermal insulation, sound insulation, and other fine chemical and physical properties, has been widely used in aviation, aerospace and other advanced fields.
      FRP composites glass door and window profile is saturated with resin, fiber and fabric by the tractor pulling special mold by heating under high temperature curing to form a smooth surface, dimensional stability, high strength FRP profiles; and cut with a special coating surface after cutting , using the special corner pieces and sealed with high quality materials assembled into a new generation of energy-saving windows and doors. FRP materials and other main form timber performance comparisons of the performance is far superior to its main iron and steel, aluminum and plastic, it also has corrosion resistance, aging resistance, low thermal conductivity and electrical insulation and good molding characteristics.
      The 1980s, glass, steel doors and windows with pultruded profiles and surface coating technology breakthrough Enliven Canadian companies such as glass fiber on the basis of the first successfully developed for fiberglass insulation in North America's energy-saving windows and doors. Because of the unique advantages of FRP composites, the doors and windows with thermal insulation, sealing of noise, compact structure, beautiful and elegant, rugged, reliable performance, easy to use and other advantages, the product has great market appeal, has rapidly expanded to North America, Western Europe, Japan, Arab and other countries and regions.