Smyth Composites manufacture flat sheet Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP). This is used to produce specialist flooring, signage, anti-vandal glazing and cladding with bespoke colour and graphics.
Verified by Make Works Scotland February 2015
|Industry||Plastics and Rubber|
The material properties of glass reinforced plastic allow it to used for anti-vandal glazing, anti-slip flooring and anti-slip stair treads. Applications include swimming pools, outdoor play areas, long lasting signage or public art. Smyth Composites have capacity to work from one offs through to large production runs. The bespoke service means that the plastic can be made to specific colours with supplied graphics applied in the required scale. With regards to flat sheet production there is a maximum sheet size of 1500mm and lengths of 5000mm (3300 for sandwich panels). Smyth Composites typically work with architects, designers and the transportation industry.
|Turnaround Time||10 days|
|Starting Cost||Up to £100.00|
|Production Access||By appointment|
|File Types||pdf, jpeg, dwg|
MaterialsGlass Fibre Fibreglass Polyester Resin
ProcessesLaminating Spray Painting Hand laminating
MachinesSander Drill Press Table Saw Guillotine Bonding Press Paint line Film Embosser
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Smyth Composites Ltd is a family business that was formed by Matthew and Ross Smyth in 1988 and has rapidly built up a reputation as a high quality manufacturer of Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) flat sheet products in the United Kingdom. Operating from their own 38,000 square foot factory based in Carnoustie, Angus.
Contact Smyth Composites
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|Address||Unit 10, Panmure Industrial Estate, Carnoustie, Angus, DD7 7NP|