Fibreglass GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) ladders are designed to be non-conductive and highly durable, making them perfect for professional use.
GRP Ladders are constructed from extremely durable fibreglass, making them strong and able to stand the test of time. GRP ladders are the ultimate safety ladder, commonly used by those in close proximity to electrical hazards and corrosive elements.
The corrosion-resistant and weather-resistant features of GRP ladders mean that they are commonly utilised in settings such as water treatment plants, chemical facilities, factories, and power stations.
Why choose a GRP ladder?
If you work in a challenging environment, a fibreglass GRP ladder might be the perfect climbing companion. Our GRP ladders will outlive most traditional ladders, they’re non-conductive and lightweight enough to be carried around the workplace with ease.
Make sure the GRP ladder you choose fits your requirements and, if you need help, contact the Ladders UK Direct team. We can take your GRP ladder order over the phone!
When comparing GRP and steel, GRP is stronger pound for pound. It's also much lighter than steel which means that GRP ladders are much easier to move around and use in comparison to steel ladders.
GRP stands for Glass Reinforced Plastic. Other terms to describe this material include fibreglass and composite plastic. GRP is a unique material because it's non-conductive and extremely lightweight.
Yes, GRP is a non-conductive material, meaning GRP ladders can be used around electrical hazards. The GRP ladder will provide insulation between you and the ground, meaning you won't be electrocuted if you touch a live electrical source.
Yes, GRP ladders are waterproof so they can be used and stored outside. Learn more about storing your ladders properly here.