13.5x3" 'Iron' Profile Translucent GRP Rooflight
- Material - GRP (Glass Reinforced Polyester)
- Cover Width - 1016mm
- Profile Dimensions - 19mm depth x 76mm pitch
- Weight - 1.83kg/m2 (6oz)
- Application - Roof
- Fire Class - SAB3
- Life Expectancy - 25-30 years
GRP is a lot stronger than other Plastic sheets and has a Non Fragility B Rating
This will match in perfectly with the 13.5/3 Plain Galvanised Corrugated Profile Steel Sheets or our STOCK 12/3 Plain Galvanised Corrugated Profile Sheets
- GRP Sheet profile to match the Corrugated Iron Profile.
- 1000mm Cover Width
- Translucent GRP Material.
- 1.83 Kg/Sqm Weight per sheet
- Class 3 Fire Rating
- 1.829m (6ft), 2.438m (8ft) and 3.048m (10ft) Lengths available.
Pitch (Centre of Crown to Centre of the next Crown) - 76mm
Depth (Vally, Vertically upwards) - 19mm
Overal Width - 1080mm
Cover Width - 991mm
- Translucent GRP (lets light through)
- Saves on energy costs by letting light into the building
- 1.83kg per sqm
What is GRP?
Glassfibre Reinforced Plastic (GRP) is a strong material used in the Roofing and Cladding Industry as either a Rooflight to allow light to pass into a building, or as a Replacement/Repair sheet as part of a roof system.
What is a DR GRP?
DR is a stronger version of a GRP sheet, it is a Direct Replacement sheet that is reinforced internally.
It is more effective than other options at allowing light through as unlike other options, it spreads the light throughout the building rather than just projecting it in a specific spot.
Why should I let light into my building?
As well as allowing natural daylight into your building, this can also reduce your energy costs by reducing the time you would need to have a light switched on inside the building.
What thickness is the sheet?
GRP is unique in that its thickness varies dependant on profile, instead you are given a weight per square metre.
What is the weight of this sheet?
This Sheet is 1.83 Kg per Square Metre.
What is translucent?
Translucent means that you cannot see through the material, however it still allows light transmission.
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