GRP is sometimes referred to as; glass reinforced polyester, fiberglass, glass-fiber reinforced plastic (GFRP), fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) or fiber reinforced polymer (FRP). GRP can be mass produced or built-up by hand, and after curing, forms a complex matrix of plastic and glass fiber. The composite properties of high-strength glass fiber and highly-resilient plastic, make GRP strong, lightweight and weather- and corrosion-resistant. It can also be manufactured to be fire retardant.

  • GRC

    GRC is widely and reliably used in architecture, building, engineering applications. Moreover, complex forms, decorative materials and a whole building can be produced with the aid of digital technologies. GFRC is also a very important resource which includes self–cleaning environmentally friendly panels, easily dyeable surfaces, and high-performance concrete applications for over 40 years. GFRC can be produced as thin as 6 mm so their weight is much less than traditional pre–cast concrete products.

  • GRG

    GRG wall panel is made essentially of gypsum plaster reinforced with glass fibers. It provides a new method of building construction in fast track, fully utilizing the benefits of prefabricated, light weight large panels with modular cavities and time tested, conventional cast-in-situ constructional use of concrete and steel reinforcement. GRG is lighter than traditional gypsum and can be formed to a better detail.

  • Artificial Rockscape

    Yeung’s DuraRock includes decorative artificial rocks, rock covers, backflow boxes, and rock accessories create unique enclosures for unsightly backyard eyesores, making superior decoration to swimming pools and theme parks. Artificial landscaping rocks are ideal for residential and commercial use. For homes, they are a fast and convenient way to add beauty to your lawn and cover up unsightly fixtures. For businesses, they help you avoid potential liability issues by making your property safer without compromising its look.