fibreglass reinforced polymer

A Material Full of Potential

Fiber Reinforced Polymer, commonly known as FRP or GRP, is a composite material made up of a polymer matrix reinforced with fibers. The fibers in FRP are made of glass which add strength and stiffness to the polymer matrix. This results in a material that is lightweight, yet strong and durable, with excellent corrosion resistance and mechanical properties. Due to these properties, FRP has become a popular choice in a wide range of industries, including construction, transportation, aerospace, and marine. FRP products come in various forms, including sheets or panels, rebars and molded components, and they can be customized to meet specific application requirements. The use of FRP is expected to grow in the future as more industries recognize the benefits of this versatile and innovative material.

We at Everest Composites Pvt. Ltd. are a well-established manufacturer of Fiber Reinforced Polymer/Glass Reinforced Polymer (FRP/GRP) panels and other molded products, with over 30 years of experience in the industry. Throughout this time, ECPL has built a reputation for delivering high-quality FRP products that meet the diverse needs of various industries, including construction, infrastructure, transportation, and chemical processing.


Over the years, ECPL has invested heavily in research and development to keep up with the latest advancements in the FRP industry, including new materials, manufacturing techniques, and product design. This has allowed us to continuously improve the quality and performance of their FRP products and offer innovative solutions that meet the unique requirements of their customers.


As a result of our commitment to excellence, ECPL has established itself as one of the leading companies in the field of fiberglass composites in India. Our products are highly sought after for their strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion, impact, and UV radiation, among other benefits. ECPL continues to expand its product line and services, and to explore new markets, while maintaining its commitment to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction.

Why FRP?

Problems with traditional building materials commonly used for roofing & cladding...

Aluminium dents & can de-shape.

Steel rusts which can cause leakage.

Wood rots & attracts insect damage.

As shown above, traditional roofing materials are good but they are not apt for harsh or corrosive environments.

FRP Panels, on the other hand, have the strength of steel at a fraction of the weight, FRP does not corrode, rot, or conduct heat or electricity. Translucent FRP Panels can provide natural lighting which conserves electrical energy and it also blocks 99% of the harmful UV rays and can last for more than 25 years. 

Manufacturing of FRP panels using

Continuous Laminating process

Using advanced technologies for manufacturing composites is what ECPL is known for. The continuous laminating machine process is a manufacturing method used to produce Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP) panels. The process involves preparing a resin matrix mixed with reinforcing fibers, reinforcing the fibers with the resin matrix, and passing the reinforced fibers through a series of rollers that apply pressure and heat to cure the resin and fuse the fibers together. The resulting continuous sheet of FRP panel is cut to size, finished, and undergoes quality control checks to ensure it meets the required specifications.

The continuous laminating machine process offers several advantages, including high production speed, which makes it ideal for producing large volumes of FRP panels quickly and cost-effectively. The process also ensures consistent quality, allowing manufacturers to produce panels with uniform thickness and mechanical properties suitable for specific applications. The versatility of the process enables the production of FRP panels in a variety of shapes, sizes, and thicknesses. Additionally, FRP panels produced through the continuous laminating machine process are highly durable, resistant to corrosion, and lightweight, making them ideal for use in harsh environments where weight reduction is a priority.

FRP panels manufactured through the continuous laminating machine process are highly resistant to corrosion and can be used in industries where harsh and corrosive environments are present. For example, in the marine and offshore industries, FRP panels are used to construct lightweight and durable structures that can withstand corrosion. Similarly, in the chemical industry, FRP panels can be used as roofing and cladding to withstand the corrosive effects of harsh chemicals.

Overall, the corrosion resistance properties of FRP panels make them ideal for use in industries where harsh environments and chemicals are present. They provide a durable and cost-effective alternative to traditional materials such as steel or concrete, with the added benefits of being lightweight, versatile, and easy to install.

Technical Properties of ECPL FRP (CLM) panels

Tensile Strength at yield
(ISO 527-2)
60 MPa
Flexural Modulus
(ISO 178)
2330 MPa
Flexural Modulus Light Transmission for translucent panels (ASTM D 1003)
Up to 95 %
Barcol Hardness
(ASTM D 2583)
60 B

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Cooling Tower Cladding Panels
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