Whether you need to replace your damaged RV siding or want to change the entire look of your vehicle, a fiberglass sheet is a good choice. The fiberglass sheet for RV is a gel-coated laminated sheet. It is combined with a core material (foam or honeycomb) to form a composite sheet used in RV wall panels, door panels, floors, roofs, and interior trim. Many RV owners choose fiberglass sheets for their vehicles because they are resistant to dirt and debris and stand up well to extreme weather (like hail and snow), making them easier to maintain and clean.
Fiberglass is durable and does not easily dent, peel, or fade. Its sleek, smooth appearance is attractive. It also helps improve aerodynamics, potentially reducing gas usage and saving costs. Plus, fiberglass siding provides a tighter seal for RV windows and doors because it is so smooth. This can help you maintain a comfortable temperature inside your vehicle and minimize the risk of leaks and water damage.
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TOPOLO RV fiberglass sheet has the following advantages
- The surface is smooth, without obvious bubbles or cracks.
- It is closely matched with the core material.
- Long-term use will not change color.
- Good toughness, no cracking during nailing, nor cracking at the nailing place due to thermal expansion and cold contraction.
Wide range of applications
TOPOLO fiberglass sheets can be used in RVs, caravans, travel trailers, campers, and also on various dry goods or refrigerated trucks. It is suitable for many parts of the RV: roof, wall, floor, and interior decoration.
Which composite panels can fiberglass sheets be applied to?
TOPOLO fiberglass composite panels have two kinds of foam sandwich panels and honeycomb sandwich panels. The core material of the foam panel is XPS/PET/PVC/EPP/PU, etc., and the core material of the honeycomb panel is PP/PC.