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Fiberglass and Dual Laminate Products

Designed for Your Industry

At Troy Dualam, we understand the unique needs and challenges of various industries. Our innovative FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic) and Dual Laminate solutions provide the durability, corrosion resistance, and performance you need for your specific needs.

Chemical Processing

FRP tanks are highly resistant to a wide range of chemicals and are therefore ideal for storing, mixing, and processing various chemical substances.

Oil and Gas

These tanks are used for storage purposes, including crude oil, refined petroleum products, and natural gas. They can also be used in the wastewater treatment processes within this industry.

Water and Wastewater Treatment

FRP tanks are resistant to corrosion from both the water and the chemicals often used in treatment processes, making them an excellent choice for various applications within water and wastewater treatment facilities.

Food and Beverage

Due to their corrosion resistance and ability to maintain the purity of contents, FRP tanks are used for storing various food products and beverages.

Pharmaceutical

FRP tanks are used in the pharmaceutical industry for storage and processing applications, especially when dealing with corrosive chemicals or when sanitary conditions are required.

Mining

The mining industry often uses FRP tanks for storing chemicals used in the extraction process, as well as for treating and storing wastewater.

Power Generation Industry

FRP tanks are used in power plants for storing water, fuel, and waste products, as well as for cooling processes.

Agriculture

In the agriculture sector, FRP tanks are used for storing water, fertilizers, and other chemicals.

Pulp and Paper

FRP tanks are used in the pulp and paper industry to hold chemicals for processing and treating wood pulp, as well as for waste treatment.

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