Additional Products

When you manufacture a material this strong and durable, people are bound to notice. In fact, customers discover new applications for our fiberglass pultrusions all the time. Bedford has created custom FRP profiles for everything from military troop seats and bus bumper components to industrial garage door components and tool handles.

The products shown here are just a few examples of our capabilities. If you have a need, we can create the right solution. Contact us to discuss your requirements.

Trellis Growing Systems

Bedford manufactures many structural fiberglass components in the Rotating Cross Arm™ (RCA) and Adjustable V™ (AV) trellis systems. These innovative systems allow blackberries to be grown in colder, harsher climates, like the Midwestern U.S.

Ohney Boat Docks

Ohney docks are more rugged and long-lasting than wood, thanks to Bedford’s high-tech composites. This modular pultruded FRP system is simple to install, remains cool in the hot sun, and features a non-slip surface.


OSCO’s fiberglass reinforced plastic material is well suited for utility markers because it’s non-conductive and has high impact strength, and it won’t rust, rot or bow.

Weirs & Baffles

Bedford offers a pultruded FRP weir and baffle system for the water/wastewater market. Configurations include V-notched, effluent, rectangular and sharp-crested weirs, made to your specifications. The system is also available with an NSF 61 potable water certification.


Bedford’s fiberglass-reinforced “sticks” provide a strong, weather-resistant option for framing utility buildings and sheds.

Utility Poles

Bedford’s pultruded fiberglass utility poles and cross-arms are stronger than traditional wood options, yet they cost less, weigh less and last longer. They’re also non-conductive and they don’t require toxic wood preservatives.

Additional Products We’ve created custom FRP products for agricultural trellising, boat docks, utility markers and poles, and weirs and baffles for the water/wastewater market. See examples here.