Rainwater harvesting and storage
Rainwater Harvesting is the process of capturing rainwater in a holding tank from a roof area and re-using it for household and commercial grey-water applications such as garden irrigation, flushing toilets, vehicle washing etc.
stuart:pease specialise in the design and manufacture of GRP cold water storage tanks for both rainwater and potable supplies. Sectional water tanks are fabricated in panels… delivered and assembled on site, but the flexibility of GRP means that these storage vessels can also be produced in finished, moulded, form.
Ground source heating systems
All corrosion resistant pressurised elements and the super insulated storage tanks required by this highly efficient green energy technology can be fabricated in zero-maintenance fibreglass composites by stuart:pease.
Wind energy generation
GRP and fibreglass laminates are used extensively in the manufacture of rotor blades, nacelles and tower structures for small to medium sized (1 – 10 Kw) wind generators.
The complex shapes involved in generator blades and shrouds makes GRP or laminate composites the most cost effective material options. The stuart:pease technical design, manufacturing and installation teams would be happy to provide advice, guidance and cost quotation on their production.
Visit the product design & development page for more information and a breakdown of the process.
Sustainable pattern making and moulding
The manufacturing process inevitably requires the production of a timber pattern (or plug) from which, in turn, a fibreglass mould (or tool) is produced. All timber and sheet materials used by stuart:pease for pattern work and GRP tooling is secured from sustainable sources.
Removal and recycling of GRP
The dismantling or demolition of a GRP structure is just as simple and straightforward as the process of installation, with many fewer of the potential health risks associated with other materials. The resulting waste is then mulched to reduce volume and minimise it’s bio-degrade time in preparation for burial.
Read More on Sustainable technology uses of (GRP) Glass Reinforced Plastic / fibreglass, or contact Stuart Pease on Tel: O17O9 527761.