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Fiberglass Products Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial fiberglass product manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source fiberglass product manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These fiberglass product companies can design, engineer and manufacture fiberglass products to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these fiberglass product manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of industrial fiberglass products, commercial fiberglass, glass reinforced plastics.

  • Mobile, AL 800-226-1134

    We make fiberglass products that are tailored to fit your applications. Here at All Plastics and Fiberglass, Inc. we offer solutions for a wide variety of industries. If you are unsure which fiberglass products are best for your situation then just let us know your application and we can handle the rest. We will only recommend the most affordable products and custom does not mean costly when you select us as your fiberglass supplier.

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  • Whitestown, IN 317-769-3455

    For over 40 years, WYN Industries, Inc. has been committed to providing custom solutions for all of your fiberglass needs. We offer fiberglass grating and structural components in a wide range of sizes and shapes. Other products include custom platforms and staircases for your workplace. Our team provides customers with a simple, yet satisfying experience, and aims to develop long-term relationships with our clients. Contact us today and make us your number one fiberglass source.

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  • Muncie, IN 765-286-0533

    Arrowhead has been in the composite molding business for 40+ years. We supply parts to many different customers in a variety of different industries. Such industries include but are not limited to: agriculture, truck and bus, marine, transportation, commercial and specialty vehicle and equipment manufacturers. We specialize in both open and closed molding and have many years of experience converting products made from traditional materials to fiberglass in order to save our customers money.

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  • Marlboro, NJ 732-566-3800

    At Town & Country Plastics, Inc., we solve your water control problems by designing and manufacturing custom neutralization and wastewater treatment systems and products in any size, shape or material you require, and we do it with fast turnaround times and at highly competitive prices. Town & Country Plastics has been a leading manufacturer of poly tanks, neutralizing and dilution tanks, chemical storage tanks, double wall tanks, plastic water tanks and more.

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  • Ashtabula, OH 800-456-5263

    At Molded Fiber Glass Companies, we have fiberglass products to suit your needs. Our core fiber molding technologies include directed fiber performing, compression molding, infusion molding, painting and any secondary operations that may be necessary. Contact us for custom fiberglass products.

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  • Mishawaka, IN 574-256-3860

    Our fiberglass items are a great alternative to metal. These products are not only flexible and lightweight but also very durable. Turn to us for your fiberglass fabrication needs. Our engineers can create fiberglass protective coverings, machine housings and more. Our teams utilize open molding and infusion to ensure the quality of our items. Please give us a call today!

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Fiberglass Products

Fiberglass products are important industrial, commercial and consumer utilities that have uses as containers, in buildings, in vehicles and in a very extensive range of other contexts. A fiberglass product is any utility that is composed of a glass reinforced polymer. Glass reinforced polymers are also known as glass reinforced plastic, fiberglass reinforced plastic or simply fiberglass.

In the simplest terms, fiberglass is the combination of glass fibers and plastic material. Usually fiberglass compositions involve one or more additives, and they vary in terms of their construction and physical properties. But the defining characteristics of all fiberglass products are light weight and high strength. The strength-to-weight ratio of fiberglass is the main reason for its popularity. As a construction material, fiberglass sheets, panels and pipes are prized for their light weight, which makes them easy to transport and install, and for their high strength, which makes them suitable for use as building components like skylights, plumbing and even trim. Fiberglass can also be used as insulation in buildings, homes, stoves, refrigerators, furnaces and in many other contexts. Fiberglass products are also used in the construction of boat hulls, go-kart bodies, large storage tanks and automobile parts.

Because of the extensive variety of fiberglass products, an equally wide variety of fiberglass materials and production methods are necessary to accommodate them. Different fiberglass materials exhibit different physical qualities. Strength, durability, UV resistance, optical clarity and other qualities depend on the concentration and the way in which glass fibers are combined with thermoplastic materials. Fiberglass reinforced plastic tensile strengths can range from around 55 MPa to as high as 2,300 MPa. During a fiberglass production operation, once the appropriate fiberglass material has been chosen, a fiberglass fabricator must choose the appropriate fabrication method as well. Many of the most widely utilized fiberglass fabrication methods involve molding, and the two main fiberglass molding processes are open and closed molding. The main difference between the two options is the shape and type of the mold. In both cases though, a thermoplastic resin is heated beyond its melting point in order to make it more responsive to forming. It can be heated in a mold or in a preheating basin, as is the case when molding mandrels are used. Then, once the resin has taken the appropriate shape, it is sprayed with fiberglass and other additives if necessary. The molded product is then allowed to cool and harden.

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