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Quality Assurance 

Our company has always focused on maintaining high standards of quality for our offered products that include Finials, Stone Pier Caps, Fountain Pools, Pedestals, Concrete Wall Cap, Planters, Grates, Quoins, Fireplace Chimney Caps, Sculpture, Gazebos and many more. Right from using premium quality raw materials to ensuring our products are made with precision, every step till product delivery is done with immense dedication. Before finally delivering our products to our clients, a pool of quality analysts execute a thorough process of quality checks on the range. They check the various aspect of quality like dimensional accuracy, sturdiness, design, durability, etc. 

Manufacturing Process

Hand Spray

One of the most common techniques of production is hand spray, which is generally used by new start-ups. We use a special spray gun that lets us deposit the chopped glass fiber and cementitious slurry into a mold followed with compression by hand using a spring roller. A second layer is then sprayed and again compacted. This technique permits high glass percentage to be used, giving high mechanical properties. 

Auto Spray

Generally, the semi-automatic processes of the auto spray method of manufacturing are more common. Here the spray gun is mounted on a reciprocating traverse with the moulds passing underneath on a conveyor. This is ideal for flat products manufacturing and can be quite useful when used with folding moulds.

Cast Premix

As the name suggests the glass fibre is mixed into cementations slurry and the resulting material is poured or pumped into molds and compacted using vibration or by using special additives in the mix. The premix process can be easily automated and is often chosen for standard product manufacture. The molds used are more complex than those for the spray process. The mechanical properties are lower but they are consistent allowing optimum design.

Product Range

We are a Manufacturer, Supplier and Exporter of the following products: 

Screen

Balustrade

Railing

Bases

Cornice

Gazebos

Brackets

Bollards

Benches

Chimney Caps

Cladding Panels

Columns

Cornice

Finials

Fountain Pools

Fountain and Rings

Molding

Window Surrounds

Pedestals

Planters

Grates

Niches

Pier Caps

Plinths

Quoins

Bas Relief

Sculpture

Signage

Site Amenities

Tables

Wall Caps


History of GFRP

During mid-1930, Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic was first developed and since then has become a principal choice in the construction industry. In 1967, these were used for the construction parts and the architectural benefits came into light with the destruction of Disneyland's "House of the Future." Gradually, GFRPs popularity grew and by 1994, the building industry used about 600 million pounds of composite materials. Today, our company offers a variety of products in GFRP to meet the varying needs of the building industry. 

Fabrication

Being a client focused company, our in-house design and drafting teams holds detailed discussions with our clients to understand their requirements specifically. We get the drawings of the project approved by our clients after which our sculptors carve a model as per the specifications. Depending on the detail, we make a mold of fiberglass, steel, wood or rubber, where carefully designed mix of polyester or epoxy resin is sprayed, with alkali resistant glass fibers. 

Why You Should Choose GFRP?
  • Excellent strength
  • It has a light weight 
  • No loss of laminate properties even after 30 years as per research findings
  • Unified construction
  • Capability to Mold Complex Shapes
  • Chemicals and salt water resistance
  • Remains unaffected by acid rain, salts, and most chemicals 
  • Requires less maintenance 
History of GFRS

After a rich working experience with cast stone and fiber reinforced materials, our company came up with a designed Glass Fiber Reinforced Stone. This product brings together the look and texture of quarried stone and light weight properties of GFRP. The high durability and strength of this product has been proved through years and with this invention, Yash GRC has brought out the best combination of latest technology with traditional elegance. 

Fabrication

Our talented team of designers works in close coordination among themselves to create eye catching designs for your GFRS product. We crush stone and resin along with alkali resistant glass fibers, after which we mix and spray them into a mold to match with the designs. The final product looks traditional with heavy stone work. 

Why You Should Choose GFRS?
  • It has a high strength to weight ratio
  • It can mold difficult shapes into any shape 
  • Being lighter in weight, it is easy to install and requires less shipping cost as well
  • It is resistant to acid rain, salts, and most chemicals
  • The Domes and cupolas are designed together that forms a one-piece structure
About GFRC

Glass fiber reinforced concrete, also known as GFRC is a kind of concrete that utilizes glass fibers for strengthening. These are widely used in exterior building panels and require no preventive cover to protect it from rusting. These can weight almost the fraction of weight of the traditional precast concrete.

Why Our GFRC is better?

Our company pioneered the design and fabrication of fiber reinforced concrete and our commitment towards detailing, production and installing them in the right way has helped our clients and their projects achieve success. We have emerged as one of the most preferred companies owing to our rich experience, 1400+ completed completed projects and a huge base of satisfied clients. 

History of GFRG

During 1977, a new kind of material was introduced from England to the United States and Canada, which is now widely known as Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum, also referred to as Fiberglass Reinforced Gypsum (FRG) and Glass Reinforced Gypsum (GRG). This included gypsum plaster reinforced with glass fibers to produce a thin, lightweight and strong material. North American manufacturers began promoting and selling products made with GFRG and in 1978, GFRG jobs were being sold and installed in North America. Our company has developed many techniques as well as technology that are used in GFRG. 

Fabrication

GFRG is a composition of high density alpha-based gypsum and glass fiber reinforcement. In order to ensure compatibility glass fibers, the gypsum plaster should be neutral or of low alkalinity. Additives that are made as per the gypsum manufacturer's recommendations are the ones that are commonly used within the plaster industry. 

Why You Should Choose GFRG?
  • Quick installation
  • Flame resistant 
  • Light weight 
  • Can be casted to any shape
Client Satisfaction

Our company was formed under the belief that the list of satisfied clients defines a company and its business. Keeping this in mind, we have stayed committed towards meeting the requirements of our clients. A specialized team of experienced client relation manager is appointed to remain in contact with our clients to get a better understanding of their requirements. This helps us to cater to them in a very specific manner, resulting in optimum client satisfaction. Owing to our consistent commitment towards exceeding the expectations of our esteemed patrons, we have earned a huge base of clientele, like Citi Space Architect and Emaar Consultancy to name a few. 

Our Projects
  • Cipla
  • Handloom House
  • ITC Grand Bharat
  • ITC Grand Chola
  • Lodhi Hotel
  • Madhu mahal
  • Matthan Bangalore
  • Mosque
  • Ritz Carlton
  • Total Mall
  • Royal Loush, Delhi
  • Tulip
  • Mackintosh, Kolkata
  • La Mansion, Delhi
  • Unity Group Merto Park
  • Caroda Villa
  • Five Element


Yash GRC
Gali No. 1, H.No.- 4, Baba Surdas Colony, Tilpat, Faridabad - 121003, Haryana, India
Phone :+918068343848
Mr Raj Aryan (Director)
Mobile :+918068343848

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