We reasoned that no matter how well you bond foam to FRP the bond is only as good as the molecular strength of the weaker of the two materials – the foam. And frankly the foam is not a good structural material and should not be relied upon to ensure the integrity of the building.
FiberBeams are essentially fiberglass studs, spaced not more than 12” apart, that are integrated into all of our walls, roofs and doors which serve the function of providing a solid, structural connection between the inner and outer fiberglass skins of our buildings. They are not additional pieces, but rather are integrally formed during the lamination process resulting in a composite panel that can never come apart, or “delaminate”.
Our customers know they need strength, and they love the longevity provided by fiberglass…But many have experienced the frustration of other manufacturer’s products delaminating or not holding up to the strength requirements they really need. That’s why they have turned to us…because really, FiberBeam Technology is long-term structural peace of mind.
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