Fibergrate Composite Structures Inc
Fibergrate Composite Structures is the complete fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) solutions provider for the water and wastewater industry. Manufacturing capabilities include grating, structural shapes, plate, handrail, ladders, and stair solutions, along with offering turnkey design and fabrication services. Fibergrate can provide your facility with products that are NSF Rated for Potable Water Contact. Since 1966, Fibergrate has met the challenges of this industry’s harsh environmental conditions with key product features including corrosion, slip and UV resistance; non-conductivity; impact absorption; and low maintenance requirements. Fibergrate’s recent product expansion includes scum baffles, troughs, launder covers, density current baffles, baffle walls and weir plates.

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5151 Beltline Rd Ste 1212
Dallas, TX 75254
United States
Toll-free: 800-527-4043
Phone: 972-250-1633
Fax: 972-250-1530

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Grating, Fiberglass

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