BEDFORD, Pa. - Bedford Reinforced Plastics, a leading manufacturer of fiberglass-reinforced polymer (FRP) structural profiles, pultruded and molded grating, will be exhibiting at the 2015 POWER-GEN International in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Las Vegas Convention Center from December 8-10(th )in booth No. 2808.
POWER-GEN International is the world's largest power generation event focusing on the industry's latest innovations, technical trends and business strategies. The event is expected to have a record-setting attendance of more than 22,000 attendees and 1,400 exhibitors.
"POWER-GEN International touches a lot of markets that we serve including oil and gas, cooling towers, plant and chemical processing, as well as utilities," said Eric Kidd, marketing director, Bedford Reinforced Plastics. "Our products hold several advantages and solutions for the professionals that will be attending POWER-GEN International, such as long-lasting, low maintenance, light weight, high strength, and corrosion, humidity and impact resistant. This is a premiere show for us and we are looking forward to displaying our products."
Bedford Reinforced Plastics will exhibit their current product line, which includes PROForms® pultruded FRP structural shapes, PROGrate® pultruded FRP grating, PROGrid® molded FRP grating and PROPlate® FRP flat sheet, as well as custom profiles, caged ladders and complete assemblies including catwalks, platforms, stairs and handrails available for several different markets, including cooling towers, utilities, oil and gas, as well as plant and chemical processing.
Bedford produces building material made from fiberglass-reinforced plastics. This material is strong, lightweight, corrosion-resistant and dimensionally stable, offering an alternative to traditional building materials such as wood, steel and aluminum. Bedford materials are used in a wide range of applications worldwide, both on land and in harsh ocean environments. To learn more about Bedford, call 800-377-3280 or visit http://bedfordreinforced.com.
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