Category: Industry

What Is Pultrusion? (Video Series)  June 9th, 2016

Pultrusion is the process used to form fiberglass-reinforced polymer – or FRP – into a strong but lightweight profile. This process creates continuous lengths of FRP with a consistent cross-section.
The possibi…

What Is FRP? (Video Series)  April 29th, 2016

What is FRP? Fiberglass-reinforced polymer is a strong, lightweight building material that resists corrosion. FRP is sometimes called composite because it’s made of a combination of materials that work together for even stronger performance.
FRP is…

Why Build With FRP Infographic  November 7th, 2014

Since 1974, Bedford has focused on manufacturing the highest-quality pultruded fiberglass pieces. Fiberglass-reinforced polymer (FRP) offers several key advantages compared to traditional building materials including light weight, high strength, long…

Owens Corning Features Bedford in Market Vision  December 6th, 2012

Owens Corning featured Bedford in their Market Vision publication. Read the article titled, “FRP Canopies Protect Steel Pipe in Hoover Dam’s Penstock Tunnels” on on page 5 of this…