Fibreglass is made out of glass which has being heated up until it melts and forced through micro tiny holes to get the extremely thin fibres. These thin fibres are subsequently being vowen together and finally becoming fibreglass surfacing mats.
Fibreglass is in combination with resin used as the strength giving material for manufacturing of light and very strong composite called GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic). In German GRP is called "Glasfaserverstärkter Kunststoff" – GFK. In French it's called “plastique renforcé de fibres de verre”. In Spanish it's called “Plástico Reforzado con Fibra de Vidrio” P.R.F.V. and in Russian it's called “cтеклопластик”)
Fibreglass can be used in many different ways and combinations. For more inspiration, please have a look at our product portfolio or read more about our recent cases: TP-Covers, the Andersen Chair, TrygFondens Lifeguard Towers and Composite Stairs for Offshore.