About fiberglass sheets-
- Light in weight and fairly strong as compared to roofing material made out of conventional material such as asbestos & metal.
- Dimensionally stable, impact resistant & un-breakable.
- Resist rust and the de-generating effect of the harmful Ultra Violet Rays of sunlight.
- Can be made fire resistant, if need be.
- Can be made anti-corrosive, if required.
- Exhibit low levels of electrical conductivity and acts as a good insulation material.
- A relatively high temperature resistance of up to 60 Degree Celsius.
- Largely transparent allowing natural light to pass through them and thereby providing limited illumination in the work area to help save on energy meant for lighting purposes.
- Do not rust and corrode and develop pinholes, a problem generally encountered in the use of Metallic (G.I.) Sheets.
- Ideal substitutes for G.I. and Asbestos sheets.
- Easily repairable at nominal charges in case of an accidental damage.
- Environment friendly.
- Available in a wide range of corrugations /profiles, colors, shapes & sizes.
- An aesthetic finish.
- Maintenance free & come with a guaranteed life expectancy.
- Value for money
Industrial roofing & cladding:
2. Raw material & engineering stores
3. Industrial production sheds
4. Packaging areas
5. Utility areas such as boiler rooms, d.G. Set rooms,
6. Compressor rooms, power stations etc.
7. Walk ways & car parks
Public infrastructure facilities:
3. Railway stations
4. Power stations
5. Telecom & transmission towers
6. Defence establishments
7. Sky walks & bridges
2. Clubs & amusement parks
3. Tourist spots
4. Hospitals & clinics
5. Commercial markets & shopping malls
6. Restraunts & hotels
8. Filling stations
- Backyards etc.
- Ornamental / designs