Today’s plant owners are faced with unique challenges as a result of a severely deteriorating infrastructure. The recurring Corrosion Costs and Preventative Strategies estimates the annual direct cost of corrosion for infrastructure and plant to be $6.43 billion to $10.15 billion. As a result, there are tremendous opportunities for FRP component parts that are corrosion resistant, lightweight, and can be rapidly installed or replace.
Features and Benefits
DYNAGLASS FRP composite component parts deliver viable solutions to meet critical needs for rehabilitation of existing plant and structures. FRP materials have been used successfully for over 50 years in a variety of demanding applications, including the marine, and chemical plants.
Primary benefits of FRP equipment include:
• Durability (highly resistant to corrosion and fatigue)
• High strength
• Rapid Installation
• Lower or competitive life-cycle cost
• High quality manufacturing processes under controlled environments
Compared with steel components, DYNAGLASS FRP typically weigh 50% less, can be erected twice as fast and have service lives that can be two to three times greater.