Fibreglass is well suited to exposure to different weather conditions. A fibreglass profile has a low expansion coefficient, which makes it resistant to changes in temperature. This makes a fibreglass profile more versatile than traditional materials.
Due to its low expansion coefficient, the material hardly expands when in contact with warmer temperatures. Shrinkage due to cold is also minimal.
This low expansion coefficient results in a very low risk of cracking or breaking of the material. This is why fibreglass profiles are increasingly being used in the maritime sector and why they can also function very well as flag holders or flagpoles.
Fibreglass profiles insulate electrically and thermally. Temperature fluctuations have virtually no effect on the material due to its low expansion rate.