GRP Gates

A fencing line is not complete without controlled physical access. The Fibex GRP Gate is a non-corrosive, non-conductive, lightweight solution to this. 

Why is our GRP Gate more advantageous than metal and wooden

alternatives?

The Fibex GRP Gate is safe to use in high-risk electrical environments thanks to the non-conductive properties of GRP. On the other hand, metal is unsuitable in these cases. 

Likewise, although wood is typically a low conductor of electricity, it is still a conductor, especially where the source is high voltage. Once wet, wooden gates are transformed into first-rate conductors even when the electrical source is of low voltage. 

Metal gates are renowned for problems with rusting and corrosion, especially in climates used to heavy rainfall like the UK. However, rainfall is not the only contributor to this problem. Environments where acids, salts and chemicals are present also induce corrosion. Numerous issues occur because of this corrosion, including the main problem of continual maintenance. 

Where to use Fibex GRP Gates

Platform endgates, Boundary demarcation, School gates, Substations, Enclosures, Fencing lines and more. 

How can our GRP Gates be fitted?

They can be standalone, built into pre-existing structures (retrofitted) or even added into our GRP handrailstairrampwalkway or safety barrier systems and projects. 

Supplied pre-fabricated or partially assembled, there is an option for you dependent on your project specifications. 

What are the notable features of Fibex GRP Gates?

  • A clear opening of 750mm 
  • Abloy padlock facility 
  • Accessible padlocks from either side of the GRP Gates 
  • Supplied with self-closing hinges 
GRP Gate

Additional information

Key benefits

  • Strong and durable
  • Lightweight
  • Cost-effective
  • Anti-slip
  • Zero maintenance
  • Non-Corrosive
  • Non-Conductive

Applications & Specifications