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New FM Approved Cladding Panels

New FM Approved Cladding Panels

Enduro Composites is pleased to announce its new FM Approved, Tuff Span Vinyl Ester cladding panels. Users and plant personnel will love the value these new, fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) roofing and siding panels deliver. Plant personnel recognize the superior corrosion resistance and value of vinyl ester over polyester materials. The accomplishments with these new products is the obtaining of FM approval and development of comparable UV protection to our polyester panels and superior to other FPR panels.  These accomplishments are the result of years of joint research and collaboration with raw material…Read more
Solutions for the Harshest Conditions – Dual Laminate Pipe and Tanks

Solutions for the Harshest Conditions – Dual Laminate Pipe and Tanks

Custom designed for the harshest corrosion, temperature, and abrasion resistant conditions, dual laminate piping and tanks can provide solutions to meet your needs. Dual laminates are constructed with a thermoplastic liner, chosen specifically for the application, bonded to fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP). The thermoplastic liner provides corrosion, temperature, and abrasion resistance while the FRP provides structural strength, overcomes any vacuum that may be in the application, and addresses the differences in coefficients of thermal expansion. This makes dual laminate the material of choice for many processing applications in: - chemical processing - pulp…Read more
Key Elements to Consider When Purchasing a New Fiberglass Tank

Key Elements to Consider When Purchasing a New Fiberglass Tank

When compared to stainless steel tanks, fiberglass (FRP/GRP) tanks provide longer life and better corrosion resistance. Key elements to keep in mind when investing in your new fiberglass tank include the following. Resin Type The first item to consider is the type of resin needed to support the chemicals the tank will be storing. For example, Dual Laminate Liner material is resistant to mineral acids, salt solutions, aliphatic and a large number of organic solvents at higher temperatures than HDPE (high density Polyethylene), but unsuited for concentrated acids. Check out Enduro Resin Guide or…Read more

Enduro Expands with Fourth Facility

Enduro is thrilled to announce the opening of our fourth facility. Located in Pearland, TX, a suburb of Houston, TX, the 75,000 square foot production facility, warehouse, and office will focus on providing fiberglass composite (FRP/GRP) process equipment solutions for a broad array of industrial and infrastructure markets. New facility will feature: On-going 24 hour field service support Increased nonmetallic solutions including industrial and oil field tanks Optimized production for customers and employees 10-Ton Overhead Bridge Cranes to facilitate fabrication 6 turning stations to expedite hand lay-up methods Vessel winding capabilities An enhanced layout, providing…Read more
FRP Cable Tray Provides Best Solution for Harsh Conditions

FRP Cable Tray Provides Best Solution for Harsh Conditions

When designing a cable management system for your next project, consider using fiberglass (FRP/GRP) cable tray over traditional materials. Non-metallic cable tray provides superior protection in harsh environments where corrosion resistance and long life span are important factors. There are many who still believe that steel outweighs the competition, which is true in that steel does, quite literally, outweigh fiberglass. However, fiberglass provides the same strength-to-weight ratio at just one third the weight of steel. This allows for an easier, more cost effective installation. In addition, this weight-savings provides tremendous life cycle cost savings. In…Read more
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