Why Farassan GRP Pipes?

Farassan’s piping systems signifies superior quality and long-term performance

While FRP and GRP pipe have a 50-year history in the industry it is considered a modern day product material with many new emerging applications. To contribute to the FRP pipe manufacturing history, Farassan’s technology center is continuously developing new products and systems to serve different sectors of industry. In addition to anti-corrosive characteristics, Farassan’s Fiberglass composite pipes possess superior mechanical and Strength to weight ratio and numerous other properties and advantages, which makes Farassan’s FRP and GRP products the material of choice by designers for all types of pipeline construction.

FRP and GRP pipe have a 50-year history in the industry

Faratec pipes

GRP Faratec pipes are composite pipes known worldwide as GRP (Glass Reinforces Polymer Pipe) or FRP (Fiber Reinforced polymer pipe). Development in composite technology has led to improvements in capabilities and applications of GRP pipes so that these kinds of pipes are used in many infrastructures nowadays. Because of the fact that GRP Faratec pipes benefit a superior manufacturing technology in comparison with the other GRP pipes, they’re chosen as the best alternative in prominent national and international projects. 

Faratec composite pipes are suitable alternatives to replace other kinds of pipes such as Polyethylene, PVC-U, Carbon Steel, Titanium Alloy, Cupper Nickel, Ductile Iron and Stainless Steel. GRP Faratec pipes could be the most important and a unique alternative according to their high mechanical resistance . In addition, the lower cost of GRP pipes and their simple installation procedure, encourage the users to choose these pipes, especially when they’re compared to metal pipes.

•corrosion Impervious :

Farassan’s fiberglass composite pipes are being used in any industrial applications, where corrosion from the fluid the surrounding environment is the main concern and the cause of the pipeline failure.

Faratec GRP pipes are suitable alternatives to replace other kinds of pipes

•Easy to specify: 

Farassan offers a broad range of pipes and fittings for any application and installation method such as above ground, underground, subaqueous, micro-tunneling, pipe jacking and more.

GRP (Glass Reinforces Polymer Pipe)

•Easy to install: 

The smooth interior surface of GRP pipes cause to low fluid resistance, which could lower power requirements for pumping systems and also reduce the required diameter relative to other material. This characteristic could contribute to a substantial cost savings over the life of a typical piping system. The interior pipe surface remains smooth throughout life services, so fluid resistance does not increase with age.

FRP (Fiber Reinforced polymer pipe)-farassan

•Smooth inner surface: 

GRP pipes are installed easily and quickly due to its light weight. These can be manufactured up to 12m long to speed up installation compare to other materials, hence transportation and installation is easier than other material. GRP pipes are light weight which cause to less expensive installation, labor and machinery cost.

•Other Advantages and features of Farassan’s FRP PIPES (GRP PIPES): 

Farassan GRP and GRE pipes are the best investment you can make in your piping project. Here is a list of cost-saving benefits and technical advantages of Farassan’s piping systems:

Corrosion resistance


High strength/weight ratio

Non-toxic . Suitable for potable water

Ease of handling

High resistance to surge pressure

Multipurpose material, providing the possibility to be used in countless applications and environments

Ease and low cost of Installation

Practically maintenance free

Excellent hydraulic properties (smooth inner surface)

Easy to specify for any project

Wide range of Fittings

Leak free joints

High abrasion resistance

UV resistance

High structural load capacity

Compatibility with other materials

•Industries and applications:

Farassan GRP pipes and other composite components have been in prolonged service in numerous industries such as:

• Potable water

• Municipal Sewage disposal and raw water supply

• Desalination

• Sea-water outfalls and intakes

• Cooling network systems and geothermal lines

• Cargo and ballast lines for tankers

• Chemical processing and effluent systems

• Slurry lines

• Ducting and conduits

• Liquid food and edible products

• power plants

• Water treatment process lines

• Agriculture Irrigation systems

• Storm water

• Rehabilitation and relining of old steel or concrete pipes.

• Pipe jacking

• Micro-tunneling