Fibreglass is a widely regarded product, used throughout many industries because of its advantages over rival products such as wood, steel, plastic and Aluminium. It is almost inevitable that you have come into contact with Fibreglass in some product form in your daily life. It has a number of applications because of its durability, whilst also being less-energy intensive in development.
Fibreglass, also known as glass fibre reinforced plastic, is made of molten glass material passed through a series of fine holes. During the manufacturing process, various types of resins are added to the glass fibre after it has been woven together to provide more strength. Additionally, the resins are also used to facilitate the moulding of fibreglass into various shapes. Fibreglass is used widely to manufacture building materials, swimming pools, tanks, automotive equipment, boats and plant containers.