About GRG

Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum (GRG) is a composite of high-strength gypsum cement reinforced with glass fibers that can be factory moulded into architectural elements used for construction and renovation of interiors. GRG parts weight approximately 2il/ft2 = 10kg/m2 and are field finished with paint or – depending on the application – factory pre-finished.

GRG is commonly used to make decorative ceiling coffers, domes and vaults; columns, captials and bases;wall cladding; plasters and pediments; mouldings; light coves and running trim; brackets and corbels’ complicated geometric shapes; sculpted or perforated panels and many other decorative elements. These elements can be fabricated into virtually any shape or scale yielding fine surface detail, textures and patterns.

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Why Use GRG ?

  • Where once traditional ‘plaster castings’ were used, GRG is now specified because of its light weight, superior strength, sustainability characteristics and ease of construction.
  • Because of its low cost, versatility, strength and light weight, GRG makes for an ideal building material.
  • GRG can be used in both residential and commercial buildings. Most extensively used in hotels, casinos, resorts, malls, airports and office developments, GRG offers a clean, professional and seamless finish that is often a first choice for creating complex shapes. GRG can be manipulated into any design and texture, making it extremely versatile.
  • There are a huge selection of stunning finish options. The smooth, quality surface provides an idea base for paint and other finishes such as stain and gold leaf.
  • GRG is 100% non-combustible and totally flame resistant. Not only will it not burn, but also shield the material behind it from the heat and flames for a significant period of time.
  • GRG is also painting-grade finish, crack and shrink resistant and non-toxic. installing GRG is relatively quick and easy.
  • It is highly versatile and durable material that can be used in a wide range of architectural applications at a fraction of the price of other building materials.