GRP refers to glass-reinforced plastic. It is suitable for a wide range of composite panels due to its unique advantages in high strength, lightweight, and fire rating. As a result, GRP composite panels are more and more popular in the use of construction panels like wall panels, prefab house panels, shelter & modular panels, etc..

GRP Composite Panel Excels in:

• Cost-effective
• Optional colors applicable to all external materials except the whole surface painting at the production stage
• Easy maintenance
• Heat resistance
• Corrosion resistance and non-rusting
• 99.9% antimicrobial surface

Sandwich panels are generally preferred for:
• Easy and quick installation
• Stiffness
• Heat, fire, and sound insulation
• Airtightness
• Low maintenance/cleaning requirements
• Low lifetime costs
• Chemical and biological resistance
• Resistance to weather conditions

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GRP Skin PVC Core Panel

Glass Fiber Reinforced Composite Panels and Sheets

The introduction of sandwich panels in the modern world, though with the metal surface sandwich panels, the use of fiberglass changed everything. A new facade that has many advantages with the use of fiberglass (or glass-reinforced composite, GRP) on the outer surface has brought the roofing material to the architects.
FRP sandwich panels and sheets are a well-designed, high gloss glass fiber composite if desired.
It has become the most popular sandwich panel and plate choice for a wide range of manufacturers and users in a large number of industries.
Fiber-technology GRP composite panels consisting of thermoset polyester resin and woven roving glass fiber provide superior strength and durability advantage against any other type of metal and laminated product.

GRP skin PU core panel
GRP Skin PU Core Panel

TOPOLO GRP Composite Panel Ranges:

PP honeycomb core panel

PVC foam panel

XPS foam panel

PET core panel

PU foam panel

EPP/EPS foam panel

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