FRP (Fiber Glass Reinforced Plastic)

We are offering the best quality array of  FRP(Fiber Glass Reinforced Plastic)  coating service to our prestigious clients.

This service is available with us in the wide range of options at most reasonable rates. Additionally, our excellent and advanced technology helps us to provide only accurate work.

The majority of FRP products, such as Storage tanks, duct systems, chimney liners, piping systems and spray headers are cylindrical  in shape.

Yet the benefit of working with FRP is the endless possibilities as regards thickness, capacity for combination with other materials, mix of materials, and is therefore lightweight, with smooth surfaces and possesses good insulation properties.

Plasticon Composites International Contracting is aware of costly safety measurements at chemical plants, and the high level of maintenance & service contracts for storing chemical fluids.

As FRP is corrosion resistant, lightweight, high temperature-resistant and mechanically strong material: all characteristics for a perfect chimney.

we can show many reference projects of fiberglass chimneys operating care-free for decades.

Combining the strength of FRP and the chemical compatibility of plastics provides customers with a superior alternative to costly metal alloys and rubber-lined steel.

At balaji corporation we have dedicated team for spray painting  job, workers are well trained to work at dynamic surfaces.

Spray painting job itself is art which require intense focus to bring  finest finish on surface. Spray painting take less time as well man power.


The process typically starts by pulling in two forms of fibreglass reinforcement.

Creels of fibreglass Roving provide unidirectional strength along the  length of the profile, and rolls of woven fibreglass mat provide multidirectional reinforcement.

FTP (Fiber reinforced plastics) contains to main things one is matrix and another is fiber. The function of matrix is to support and hold the fibers in the correct position. Matrix also prevents fibers from surface damage and environmental conditions.