Stronger than Steel? Fiberman says YES with FRP Beams!
Pound for pound, FRP is stronger than steel – it is all about the FRP Beam Strength to Weight Ratio
Russ is strong. He’s a destroyer. He eats a dozen eggs for breakfast and throws around 350 pound sheets of grating as if they were coat hangers.
Here’s a quick video of Russ curling a 20 foot 6″ by 1/4″ wide flange beam. Not just once, but 5 times. Why? Because he’s Russ.
If this beam were made of steel, it would weigh over 500 pounds. (Even Russ might have a little trouble with that!)
This beam is made of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic known as FRP. Pound for pound FRP is stronger than steel. This beam ‘only’ weighs 150 lbs. No problem for FIBERMAN! So the FRP Beam Strength to Weight Ratio will give you excellent performance without vulnerability to rust or corrosion, even in the harshest of environments.
Call Fiberman at 1.844.599.0260 to learn more about FRP Beams.
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Fiberglass and Radio Frequency Transparency
In today’s connected world, we depend on cellular telephone signals, Wi-Fi networks and over the air radio and television signals. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity are essential to on-site work environments. Steel structures significantly disrupt these signals. Fiberglass Beams are an essential part of building structures that are “electronically transparent” and do not interfere with radio frequency transmissions.