About Front Entry Doors Toronto, also known as Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic, is an amazing material which has found its way into nearly every aspect of our everyday lives. It is a composite material made from a plastic resin which is reinforced by glass fibers which add to the strength and durability of the original plastic material. This process has been used for everything from yachts in Florida, to Formula One cars in Europe and fiberglass doors in Toronto.
To produce a product out of fiberglass, you must first produce a mold of the part you want to make. Once the mold is produced to the exact specifications of the part that will be made, it is coated with a releasing agent followed by a layer of resin. After the mold is completely covered with the resin the glass fibers are then layered either in sheets by hand or sprayed on with a machine which is then followed by another layer of resin. The more layers that are used; the stronger the final product will be. After the desired thickness is reached the part is generally heat treated to expedite the hardening of the resin. Once the resin has hardened, we remove the piece from the mold and after a little trimming we have another fiberglass doors in Toronto.
There is a wide variety of resins available to use in the production of fiberglass products. Each different formulation is used for different purposes as they have different qualities such as chemical resistance, strength and cost effectiveness. It is very important to choose the proper materials for your application when working with fiberglass. At Front Entry Doors Toronto, our two biggest concerns were durability and the environmental impact of the processes we use to manufacture fiberglass doors in Toronto. The former is an easy requirement to meet with fiberglass, it