An FRP (Fiber Reinforced Plastic) room is a type of interior space constructed using FRP materials. FRP is a composite material that consists of a polymer matrix reinforced with fibers, commonly fiberglass, carbon, or aramid fibers. These rooms are designed to provide excellent strength, durability, and resistance to various environmental factors.
FRP rooms are known for their corrosion resistance, making them suitable for applications in corrosive or high-moisture environments. The FRP panels or sheets used for walls, ceilings, and other structural elements offer protection against chemicals, moisture, and UV radiation. They are lightweight, yet rigid, and can be easily installed and maintained.
Due to their properties, FRP rooms find application in industries such as chemical processing plants, wastewater treatment facilities, food processing units, pharmaceutical facilities, laboratories, and hospitals. They are also used in recreational facilities, commercial kitchens, and areas requiring clean and hygienic environments.