Fibreglass is an extremely good insulator and can therefore provide new, durable solutions. In the construction, maritime and agricultural sectors, the application of fibreglass is becoming increasingly common. This is mainly due to the insulating properties of the fibreglass profile and its corrosion resistance.

Fibreglass

AS AN INSULATOR

Fibreglass can be used as an insulator in two ways.

It is possible to route cabling through a hollow profile to prevent moisture from reaching it. This is often seen in the maritime sector, where the fibreglass profile serves, among other things, as an insulator for cables in the masts of sailing ships. In the agricultural sector, these hollow tubes are used to protect measuring equipment from external conditions.

Fibreglass can also be placed in wall separating structures to better insulate buildings. Once such example is the fibreglass sill that we developed together with a customer to replace undersills that provide little insulation. The application of an eccentric fleece preserves the external characteristics of the undersill.

Fibreglass profiles insulate electrically and thermally. Temperature fluctuations have virtually no effect on the material due to its low expansion rate.

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Fibreglass profiles insulate electrically and thermally. Temperature fluctuations have virtually no effect on the material due to its low expansion rate.

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