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Standard & Flat Sheet FRP Wall Panels
Made for Beauty, Made for Ease, Made for Life

For years, flat sheet FRP Wall Panels have grown a reputation for affordability, durability, and ease of installation in applications ranging from restrooms and kitchens to commercial interiors. Today, fiberglass wall panels are so much more!

We offer more customization options than any other manufacturer of fiberglass panels. Our FRP wall panels offer architects, builders, and designers a wall covering that not only provides all the characteristics they need, but also is suitable for virtually any interior application.

When other FRP manufacturers can’t or won’t, ours will

When you are shopping for fibreglass reinforced plastic (FRP) wall panels, wainscoting or wall cladding, ease of installation and durability are a basic requirement. However, for many out there searching, finding the right colour, finish, thickness or fire rating is where the search can get tough.

Flat sheet FRP wall panels solve that problem with more stocked standard colours, finishes, and sheeting options than any other FRP manufacturer, and a world of possibilities with value-added services like custom cuts, imaging, sublimating, laminating and much more.

Sizing Information

Standard Thickness: : 2mm (.08”)

Custom Thickness: FRP wall panels as thin as .045” or as thick as .170″ (pebbled) are possible
Widths: 60″ (5’) and 48″ (4’) are standard.

Length: Cuts come in 8′, 9′, 10′ and 12′ standard lengths, with lengths up to 165ft available on rolls or coils. We can also cut to the length you need.

Fire Ratings
General purpose; Class C (FS=120 SD=290)
Low Flame, Class A LF (FS=25 and SD=450)
Low Flame and Smoke; Class A LF&S (FS= 20 SD=100)

Vinyl Molding Profiles
Matching vinyl moldings for our standard stocked colours are available including inside and outside corners, as well as end caps and dividers in 8’ and 10’ (12’= white or special order only) lengths to handle any Kal-Lite FRP wall panels.
Aluminum Molding Profiles
We also offer the standard molding profiles in Aluminum with an anodized gray finish.

Alternative Molding (Larger) Profiles
We do offer larger inside & outside corner (1 ½” x 1 ½”) profiles as well, for some of our more popular colors.

Reasons to Use FRP Paneling/FRP Wallboard

  1. Non-porous
  2. Resin rich
  3. Extremely resistant to moisture
  4. Scratch resistant
  5. Impact resistant
  6. Lightweight
  7. Flexible
  8. More economical than other construction materials
  9. Mold and rust-resistant
  10. Aesthetically pleasing and available in a variety of colours and textures
  11.  “Class A” Fire-rated FRP Panels available for medical and educational facilities
  12. Easy to install
  13. Resistant to odors
  14. Corrosion resistant
  15. Meets or exceeds USDA standards

Tips for Installing FRP Panels

The FRP panels must be stored at a temperature above 50 degrees for 24 hours before installation as they can contract and expand, causing them to bubble or buckle in areas after installation.  Storing the FRP panels inside the area where they are to be installed is preferable.  Always store on a flat surface.  Installing FRP on flat, prepared, un-sanded walls will help prevent bubbles.  Water-based adhesive should be applied with a trowel to the back of the wallboard after the divider piece is adhered using silicone.  We suggest using Franklin Titebond water-based adhesive in standard applications using drywall, dura rock, or plywood as a substrate.  Concrete block walls may require advanced polymer adhesive.  It is imperative to measure and cut/route out for any plumbing fixtures or electrical boxes.  When cutting Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic, the installer should subtract ½” from the vertical measurement and 1/8” for expansion around pipes and other projections.  J-mould may be required at the base depending on the application, and it may also be used at the ceiling if installation takes place after the ceiling is installed.  Make sure to clean all excess adhesive and silicone from the panels immediately.


Tools needed for Installing FRP Sheets

  • Eye protection
  • Filter masks should be worn while cutting FRP panels
  • Shears
  • Drill
  • Trowel
  • Carpenter’s square
  • Hammer
  • Tape measure
  • Level
  • Mouldings
  • Fasteners if using

Cleaning FRP panels

Use a mild soap or detergent.  FRP board is very easy to clean.  Power washers may be used for stubborn staining, but abrasive cleaners should not be used.

For more information:

Our address: Canada Plastics & Belting Inc 100 Dynamic Drive Units 5-7 Scarborough ON M1V5C1

Tel: +1 416 291 3036