FRP PLATFORMS DECKING AND STAIRS – FRP ENGINEERING

FRP PLATFORMS DECKING AND STAIRS

It is becoming popular now more than ever for the use of FRP products to construct bridge decking, platforms, and stairs. This is due to the fact that the product offers a range of benefits including:

  • longevity
  • corrosion resistance
  • flexibility in design
  • easy installation.

With any new project where you are looking to upgrade or improve an existing structure for decking, platforms, and stairs and want a product with long-lasting durability – FRP is the best solution.

Decking and platforms that use FRP are able to be designed to suit the application – it also provides a durable solution that won’t rot, rust or warp and is resistant to chemicals.

Stairs and handrails can also be designed using the same FRP products to deliver a fit-for-purpose outcome that is durable and has the same great performance as the decking and platforms.

These FRP products require minimal maintenance and do not require to be coated or painted, unlike other traditional materials such as aluminium, timber, steel, stainless steel and concrete.

FRP platforms are able to be pre-made and easily transported and installed at your site. If on-site fabrication is required, it is incredibly easy to work with using standard tools – this means no hot works permits would be required.

Key benefits of FRP products:

  • Durable
  • Lightweight
  • Corrosion-resistant
  • Chemical resistant
  • Easy to fabricate and install
  • Safe Non-slip Surface finish
  • UV stable
  • Fire resistant
  • Low maintenance

Get in touch with FRP Engineering to discuss how we can assist you with your next platform, decking, or stair project.

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