Fiberglass fish tape rodder use highly sophisticated technology based on ISO 9001 – 2000 quality facility

Fiberglass fish tape rodder made by Maplefrp offers one of the most comprehensive range of Duct Rodders available anywhere in the world – from the smallest 1/8” diameter Fiberglass Fish Tape Rodder to the rugged 1/2” FRP Duct Rodders.
Fiberglass fish tape rodder are manufactured from premium materials
formulated to offer the high performance & durability demanded by our customers.

fiberglass fish tape rodder


The rodder

The core of the rodder is manufactured by the pultrusion process. This involves impregnating high strength continuous glass fiber filaments with a liquefied resin.The fibers are drawn in to a heated die where the resin matrix is cured, bonding the fibers together and allowing mechanical loads to be transmitted through the matrix and distributed amongst the fibers.

The resulting pultruded rod combines both the high stiffness required to push the rod through long distances of ducting, with the flexibility to handle tight bends without damage. This inner core is then coated with a highly durable, scratch resistant polypropylene sheath which protects the core from mechanical damage.

fiberglass fish tape rodder
The Frames

Frames are also a feature of the fiberglass fish tape rodder  systems. The steel brake handles that will last forever. All frames can be laid down on either side. These are just some of the design features that will make every unit more usable and friendly for the end user.

fish tape frame

Fiberglass fish tape rodder have following properties and benefits :
• Highly resistant to bending & shearing stress allows passing through tight bends.
• Small radius of curvature allows passing through tight bends.
• Low coefficient of friction & heat resistance allows the rod to travel longer distances and operate in harsh environments.
• Specialized Plastic coating used is abrasion resistant and results in extreme durability.
• Flexirods are non conductive and therefore safe for the operator.

fiberglass fish tape

On 30, 6, 2012, posted in: FRP Insulation News by Tags:

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