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Pultruded Fiberglass Structural Shapes: FRP Pultruded Profiles

Kenway Composites provides an extensive array of Creative Pultrusions’ pultruded fiberglass structural shapes and FRP pultruded profiles for your design needs.

FRP Structural Profiles Include:

FRP Angles FRP Channels FRP Flat Sheets
FRP I Beams FRP Rectangular Tubes FRP Round Tubes
FRP Sludge Flights FRP Solid Rods FRP Solid Square Bars
FRP Studs & Nuts FRP Square Tubes FRP W Beams


Kenway also offers the Creative Pultrusions’ Pultex® SuperStructural line of products, which will reduce material and labor cost associated with your structures. The SuperStructural product line can span further and carry higher loads than traditional pultruded FRP I and W Beams.

The optimized fiber architecture and high fiber volume fraction is the catalyst that makes the Modulus of Elasticity (MOE), of the SUPERSTRUCTURALS, superior to all other I and W shapes on the market. They are 43% stiffer than typical pultruded profiles! Pultex® SUPERSTRUCTURAL angles have been optimized for connections and are the number one choice for superior connection performance!

Pultex®  standard structural profiles and SuperStructurals will provide you with the lowest cost solution for your corrosion application! Review the Pultex® Pultrusion Design Manual for specific engineering design information on all of our FRP structural profiles.


Pultruded fiberglass structural shapes and FRP pultruded profiles are available in the following resin series:

  • Series 1500 Isophalic Polyester (I)
  • Series 1525 Isophalic Fire Retardant (IFR)
  • Series 1625 Vinyl Ester Fire Retardant (VFR)


What are the benefits to using FRP structural shapes?

  • Lightweight
  • High Strength
  • Maintenance-Free
  • Corrosion Resistant
  • Non-Conductive
  • Environmentally-Friendly


Which Industries typically use pultruded fiberglass structural shapes?

  • Architecture Industry
  • Construction Industry
  • Chemical Processing Industry
  • Food & Beverage Industry
  • Mass Transit Industry
  • Marine & Shipbuilding Industry
  • Mining Industry
  • Oil & Gas Industry
  • Pulp & Paper Industry
  • Wastewater Industry


What are the most common applications for standard FRP structural shapes?

  • Hand Rails
  • Platforms
  • Ladders
  • Stairways
  • Mezzanines
  • Walkways
  • Structural Frames