The safety of personnel is paramount.
We collaborate with safety managers, site managers, or project managers who aim to mitigate workplace health and safety hazards by opting for robust alternatives to conventional materials during the upgrading or construction of aquaculture and fishery facilities.
With many elements of operations still reliant on manual interaction, the safety of personnel is paramount. GRP is proven to withstand exposure to harsh weather conditions better than steel or wood. As well as being non-conductive and corrosion resistant, many variants of GRP are resistant to the various chemicals used during water treatment. This durability translates to a longer lifespan, reducing the need for frequent replacements or costly repairs. We can provide chemical resistance information for your preferred product selection as part of our initial project consultations.
GRP is lightweight material with a high strength-to-weight ratio. This makes it easy to handle and install while still providing the structural strength necessary for various applications in aquaculture. It’s particularly advantageous for constructing platforms, walkways, and other structures and the non-conductive nature of GRP helps prevent electrical hazards. We provide a comprehensive fabrication service with the finished structure delivered ready for installation, or we can alternatively deliver in kit format, ready for on-site installation, depending on your construction capabilities.