GRP Rooflights (Glass Reinforced Plastic) are fibre glass sheets that are used to allow natural daylight to enter a building and are made to fit with Phoenix Steels profiled steel sheeting.

The thickness of the sheets of the Skylights are 2.4mm. This ensures minimum risk of breakage,but maximum flexability.

The light that enters through the sheeting is diffused at a transmission rate of 80%. The GRP Rooflights we offer can avoid fading from this ultra violet radiation with our antifade cover. The antifade cover stops the discolouration of the sheets preserving the fantastic finish we offer.

Phoenix Steels stocks lengths ranging from 6 ft to 24 ft in multiple profiles and we can even cut to size to fit your needs if needed. Longer lengths are avalible to order when requested in advance.

Rooflights are ideal for any project ranging from large agricultural buildings to small canopies.

Single, double and triple skin are avalible in a variety of safety and fire ratings Phoenix Steels GRP Rooflights allow you to fit to whatever project they are needed for. The rooflights range from class 1 to class 3 surface spread flame achieving a SAA rating from BS-476:1997 to BS-476-3:2004.

The glass reinforced plastic is resistant to most chemicals. The sheets can be cleaned with detergents or steam cleaned. it is highly recommended that any chemical contact with the skylights is washed away after to preserve the sheets lifetime.

If you have any questions that have not been answered with this information, please contact our customer service that would be happy to help with any queries you have.

19/1000

The 19/1000 profiled skylight offers a single rib profile with a shallow 19mm depth, these sheets are traditionally used for internal application. The span between each profile is 200mm and cover 1000mm.The translucent fibre glass rooflights are matched to interlock with the length and width of our steel roofing sheets we supply, creating an excellent finalised look.  Our  19/1000 has a protective layer from the ultra violet radiation meaning the sheets are preserved for a longer period of time.

_32/1000

The 32/1000 is the most popular profile, these skylights offer a 32mm depth profile, the span between each profile is 200mm and each sheets covers 1000mm. These sheets have a 132mm trough with two parrallel 25mm ribs.The translucent fibre glass rooflights are matched to interlock with the length and width of our steel roofing sheets we supply, creating an excellent finalised look.  Our  32/1000 has a protective layer from the ultra violet radiation meaning the sheets are preserved for a longer period of time.

26/1000 

The 26/1000 profiled skylights are an alternative shallow profile at 26mm, the span between profiles 166.6mm with a trough width of 88.7mm. Each sheet covers 1000mm. The translucent fibre glass rooflights are matched to interlock with the length and width of our steel roofing sheets we supply, creating an excellent finalised look.  Our  26/1000 has a protective layer from the ultra violet radiation meaning the sheets are preserved for a longer period of time.

33/1000

The 33/1000 is the profile most widely used for our anticondensation sheets making the 33/100 skylight ideal for application with the anti-condensation roofing system. The sheets are commonly used on storage unit facilities and garages. The 33/1000 offers a 33mm profile depth, with a 200mm span between profiles, it has a single rib running along the trough and each sheet covers 1000mm.

The translucent fibre glass rooflights are matched to interlock with the length and width of our steel roofing sheets we supply, creating an excellent finalised look.  Our  33/1000 has a protective layer from the ultra violet radiation meaning the sheets are preserved for a longer period of time.

Corrugated

The translucent fibre glass rooflights are matched to interlock with the length and width of our steel roof sheets, that we also supply, creating an excellent finalised look. The corrugated GPR Rooflights match our 763 mm cover 3″ corrugated profile. A protective layer from the ultra violet radiation meaning the sheet is preserved for a longer period of time is coated on the rooflights.

The Big 6

The Big 6 profile sheeting is mainly used to replace sheeting on a lot older buildings such as asbestos roofs, the sheets eventually start deteriorating so need to be replaced. The big 6 can be used when matching with cement fibre sheets which is a modern form of the big six as they interlock well with this type of sheeting. The Big 6 comes in lengths ranging from 6 ft to 12 ft, but if a length is requested between the stocked length we can cut it down. Like the other profiles, the big 6 has a protective layer from the ultra violet radiation meaning the sheet is preserved for a longer period of time.