A Third Production Line Will Support Growing Demand. From the recently implemented steel tariffs to rising construction costs associated with heavy, rigid conduit materials, there are many reasons why fiberglass conduit usage is on the rise.
News on our facility’s expansion and upgrades
In March of 2016, a fire devastated our facility. With the help of incredible partners and the support of our community, Champion Fiberglass was back at 50% production capacity by June 2016, and reached full production in July 2016.
The groundbreaking for the third Champion Fiberglass production line is scheduled for December 2018; the production line will be fully operational 4 – 6 months after groundbreaking.
We’ve always worked not to meet, but to exceed previous production and facility goals. From the upcoming third state-of-the-art line to our commitment to being the world’s most advanced fiberglass conduit manufacturing facility, every advancement we make is in support of our goal—to deliver quality, innovative products to our customers.
Recent Facility News
Champion Fiberglass is pleased to announce that our two state-of-the-art fiberglass conduit production lines will soon be joined by a third line.
On Friday, June 8, 2018, Champion Fiberglass opened its doors to clients, well-wishers, and many others who have been part of the company’s success over the past 30 years.
We’re pleased to announce that Champion Fiberglass has met both ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 standards relating to quality management systems and environmental management systems, respectively.
Manufacturing Information FAQs
The state-of-the-art Champion Fiberglass manufacturing facility is located in Spring, Texas. All Champion Fiberglass products are proudly made in the USA, ensuring quality and qualifications for domestic supplier requirements. Champion Fiberglass is an ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 Certified Company.
The Champion Fiberglass conduit manufacturing process is single-circuit filament winding. This process involves strands of fiberglass tension winding over a rotating mandrel. The strands are laid in a precise pattern and impregnated with resin as they are wound onto the mandrel. Once the desired thickness is reached, the conduit is cured under high temperature thereby […]