FRP Stands for Fibre Reinforced Polymer. It refers to the way the door is made, with layers of GELCOAT, Resins & Glass mat laid down & chemically bonded together, to create a durable material which is of great use. FRP is extremely strong, highly resistant to chemicals and thermally neutral.
- Water, Termite and Chemical resistant.
- Easy to drill, trim, polish and install.
- Light-weight with high strength and stiffness.
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Dimensionally stable.
- High modifiable, with many variants and colors.
Wood has traditionally been the preferred material for building products, however it is a scarce resource and has led to serious environmental crises, including rapid depletion of forest cover. In the pursuit of finding suitable and superior substitutes, there has been extensive R&D for FRP (Fibre Reinforced Plastic) and GRP (Glass Reinforced Polymers).