Pulwell fiberglass Conduit system consists of FRP conduit tubes, couplings, bushings and spacers. It is designed to provide power, telecommunications and transit utilities as well as commercial and industrial markets with a reliable, easily installed carrier for below ground and above ground applications.
Why Fiberglass (GFRP) conduit
Because of its superiority to other materials in practically every area, fiberglass conduit is increasingly seen as the best option for a myriad of projects.Fiberglass reinforced conduit products offer numerous advantages over alternatives in the areas of safety, longevity, strength, flexibility, durability, and weight.
Main advantages of fiberglass conduit include:
◎High impact and crush resistance
◎Nonmetallic. Will not rust or corrode
◎Non-conductive, assuring a safe system
◎High strength and high stiffness
◎Low Thermal expansion rate
◎Low coefficient of friction, no burn-through
◎Wide Temperature Tolerance (-60℃ to 200℃)
◎Fire resistant and non-toxic
◎Ability to retain its shape after impact or compression
Why Pulwell Fiberglass (GFRP) Conduit System
How we make the fiberglass conduit tube
Different from the traditional FRP winding process, Pulwell produces high-performance fiberglass conduit products using continuous manufacturing pull-winding process to reach consistently high quality product. Thanks to our patented technology with combination of pultrusion and winding technology, our pull-winding process is capable of designing different reinforcements such as unidirectional fibers, continuous strand mat as well as helical winding of fibers from a few degrees up to 90 degrees and results in a steady output of fiberglass conduit tube in constant wall thickness. Our process is highly flexible and easily adaptable to efficiently create products of different, custom specifications. This allows us to deliver competitively priced solutions for our customers that can be turned around without overly extended lead times.
Available Sizes and Grades of Pulwell Fiberglass Conduit
Inner Diameter ( ID,mm)
Wall thickness (mm) in different grades of ring stiffness
Fiberglass sleeve couplings