Champion Fiberglass Lunch and Learn events offer a convenient way to stay up-to-date on industry trends in an easy-to-attend, concise session over the lunch hour, hosted at your location. In a customized presentation, we’ll debunk a few fiberglass conduit myths that may be eating into your budget and walk your engineering team through exactly how this innovative product is being applied in your industry.

You’ll gain valuable information to optimize your next projects, including:

  • Why fiberglass conduit is a solid alternative to PVC-coated steel and GRC due to its low coefficient of friction and resistance to cable fault.
  • How fiberglass conduit can help you overcome common project challenges, like support span and burn-through.
  • Real world case studies and project photos illustrating how Champion Fiberglass’ safety, strength, and ease of use add up to savings for you.
  • A solid understanding of features and benefits versus PVC-coated steel and GRC.

With over 30 years in business, our 100%-digital facility is ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified. Champion Fiberglass products are UL listed and meet NFPA standards. Join us to discover how Champion Fiberglass translates into a solution offering cost savings and durability in your industry.

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