Glass-reinforced polyester (GRP) columns are an efficient way of meeting public lighting needs. They have major technical, aesthetic, financial and environmental advantages.
They are tapered monobloc columns produced by a centrifuging process that involves a blend of glass fibre and pigmented resin, and can be made in any colour on the RAL chart.
They can withstand attack by micro-organisms, UV radiation and marine and industrial environments with no loss of strength, which makes them extraordinarily long-lasting.
They require practically no maintenance, which in itself is a major cost saving.
Thanks to the materials used in their manufacture, they are insulating products with no risk of earth leakage, making them electrically safe. They are Class II products.
These columns are made as per standard UNE-EN-40-7 and carry EC mark nº 0099/CPD/A55/0079, as has been compulsory in Spain since 2004. They are also covered by AENOR product certificate nº 019/000128.