We are a creative team of engineers and only the experts of fiberglass in Nepal. We founded our company in 2014 to introduce this new technology of the world and bring the country with the equal status of others in the world. We brought this German founded technology and started a firm here at Biratnagar, Nepal. The founder of the company himself is a Mechanical Engineer as well as a researcher of Fiber glass. Our team includes experts of furniture field, automobiles, sanitary, lining, etc. and creative as well as experienced technicians. “We believe in Quality at an affordable price”. The sole motive of our product is to reduce the use of wooden furniture and replace it with a new and something better material than wood; Fiberglass. We intend to save the greenery and beauty of Nepal reducing the use of woods.
Fiberglass we use is a strong lightweight material and is used for many products worldwide. Its bulk strength and weight are also better than many metals, and it can be more readily molded into complex shapes. Applications of fiberglass at our company include furniture, automobiles, bath tubs and enclosures, hot tubs, septic tanks, water tanks, roofing, pipes, cladding, casts, textiles, water proofing, acid and chemical proofing and many more. The final structure of fibers can reach Giga-Pascal of tensile strengths providing durability and strength to the products.
During World War II, fiberglass was developed as a replacement for the molded plywood used in aircraft. Its first main civilian application was for the building of boats and sports car bodies, where it gained acceptance in the 1950s. Its use has broadened to the automotive and sport equipment sectors. In some aircraft production, fiberglass is now yielding to carbon fiber, which weighs less and is stronger by volume and weight. Fibers furniture is now world leading products with greater strength and of course an alternative to both wood and metal.
Fiberglass is an immensely versatile material due to its light weight, inherent strength, weather-resistant finish and variety of surface textures. An individual structural glass fiber is both stiff and strong in tension and compression along its axis. A typical fiber is long and narrow, it buckles easily.