Factory Directly Supply High Strength FRP Fiberglass I Beam

Factory Directly Supply High Strength FRP Fiberglass I Beam

FRP I Beam FRP beam is just one of the many types of structural shapes available from Yukuo. We also supply c-channel, w
Basic Info
Model NO. NGPF-391
Usage Environmental Protection, Industral, Household
Life 50 Years
Work Temperature -40ºC-186ºC
Transport Package Pallet, in Bulk, in Buyer′s Advice
Specification Customized
Trademark Yukuo
Origin China
Production Capacity 8000 Tons/Year
Product Description
FRP I Beam
FRP beam is just one of the many types of structural shapes available from Yukuo. We also supply c-channel, wide flange beam, i-beam, h-beams, square tube, round tube, rectangular tube, round rod, embedded angle, FRP plate (flat sheet), flat strip, and many more.Fiber Structural Fiberglass combines superior raw materials, composite design, and the pultrusion process to manufacture the highest quality pultruded fiberglass structural shapes possible. As with all our fiberglass products, we offer the best quality, the optimal delivery method, a reasonable price, and amazing after-sale service!

  • High bearing capacity.
  • Superior shear and bending capacity.
  • Easy installation.
  • Anti-corrosion.
  • Anti-slipping performance.
  • Lightweight.
  • Nice apearance
  • Free maintenance, fire retardant, anti-uv.
  • Excellent insulation, magnetic permeability.
  • Color, length, and specification customized manufactured

A side-by-side comparison of fiberglass beams and steel beams

ComparisonFiberglass Structural ShapesStructural Steel
Corrosion resistanceStructural fiberglass is resistant to a broad range of chemicals, with either polyester or vinyl ester resin available. Painting may be helpful when exposed to direct sunlight to prevent color fading.Structural steel is subject to oxidation and corrosion. Requires painting or galvanizing for many applications.
WeightLightweight - weighs 25% that of steel beams.

1/2″ thick plate = 4.7 lbs./sq.Ft.

Often requires lifting equipment to move and put into place.

1/2″ thick plate = 20.4 lbs./sq.Ft.

ConductivityFiberglass building components have low electrical conductivity properties - high dielectric capability.
Low thermal conductivity 4.
Structural steelwork conducts electricity. Potential shock hazard.
Thermal conductivity 260-460.
StrengthHigh strength-to-weight ratio and pound-for-pound is stronger than steel in the lengthwise direction.
Tensile strength = 30 ksi, cw = 7 ksi
Homgenous material.
Tensile strength = 60 ksi.
Yield strength = 36 ksi.
StiffnessModulus of elasticity = 2.5 msi
Will not permanently deform under working load.
Flexural modulus = 29 ksi
Modulus of elasticity = 29 msi
Impact ResistanceThe glass mat in fiberglass structural shapes distributes impact load to prevent surface damage. Will not permanently deform under impact.Structural steel can permanently deform under impact.
EMI/RFI transparencyStructural fiberglass is transparent to emi/rfi transmissions.Structural steelwork can interfere with emi/rfi transmissions.
VersatilityPigments added to the resin provide color throughout the structural members. Special colors are available.Steel structural members must be painted for color. To maintain color and corrosion resistance, repainting may be required.
Easy field fabricationFiberglass beams and structural building components can be field fabricated using simple carpenter tools with carbide or diamond tip blades.
Lightweight for easier erection and installation.
Steel structural components require welding and cutting torches.
Heavier material requires special handling equipment to erect and install.
CostLower installation and maintenance costs in industrial applications often equal lower lifecycle costs.Lower initial cost, but heavier to install.Much higher maintenance costs.


Fiberglass structures are excellent for harsh environments subject to chemical exposure, such as outdoor walkways on drilling platforms, in WWTP water treatment plants, in livestock facilities and anywhere you require secure and durable walking surfaces. These structures will consistently outperform rust-prone steel structures where moisture is present.
  • Beam structure of the bridge.
  • Roof support structure.
  • Industrial platform.
  • FRP/GRP beam support stair.
  • Cooling tower structure.
  • Variety of cable management systems and support.
  • Grating structure component.
  • Platforms and walkways where non-electrical and thermal insulating properties are required.