FRP BRidges

Fiber reinforced polymer

Fiber reinforced polymer or FRP is manufactured by a process called PULTRUSION which uses glass strands that are pulled through a die and embedded in a polymer, making a strong, durable product that can be used in multiple structural applications.

Advantages of FRP

All these factors make FRP bridges an ideal solution for remote pedestrian crossings or in locations where low maintenance is desired.
⦁ Light weight. Compared to steel, FRP is approximately 1/4 of the weight, which makes it ideal for remote locations where all the bridge components could be carried to the construction site by hand.
⦁ Can be assembled by “unskilled” labor. All individual members are prefabricated and ready to assemble on site
⦁ Economical choice for remote locations.
⦁ Corrosion resistant. Material is extremely durable
⦁ Moderate span lengths of up to 100 feet are achievable.

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FRP Decking
FRP decking can be used on all types pedestrian or light vehicle bridge. Decking could be used for any number of uses including boardwalks, decks, mezzanines, stair treads, etc. Advantages of using FRP decking is that they are maintenance free, corrosion resistant and have a high skid resistance.


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