RPC Singapore Pte Ltd
Established in 1995, our Singapore office handles sales and manages RPC projects throughout South East Asia. It is staffed by local Singaporean Nationals demonstrating RPC’s commitment to Regional Operations.
RPC Malaysia Sdn Bhd
RPC Malaysia is a sales office and is supported with project managers from our Singapore office. We have several installation sub-contractors we have trained and qualified in GRP pipe installation works. These local contractors, skilled project managers and the convenience of supply of product from Batam, Indonesia means we can quickly mobilise on projects throughout Malaysia.
PT RPC Indonesia – Batam
Established more than 20 years ago the Batam Island facility is the largest of the Composite manufacturing facilities within the RPC Group. Batam is a Free Trade Zone facilitating export across SEA Asia. The manufacturing operation in Batam covers approximately 25,000 square metres, with approximately 12,000 sqm of factory space and can be expanded to meet additional capacity if required.
The Batam facility is led by expatriate management and shop floor supervision. The engineering department employs seven qualified engineers doing design and project management.
We are certified to ISO 9001 and ISO 18001.
Our factory in Batam, Indonesia, is the largest and most diverse of all the RPC group facilities making:
Engineering and Project Management
We have highly skilled engineers in Indonesia and Singapore providing CAD modelling, project documentation, project management, site supervision, installation and on-site training.
RPC has purchased and installed the latest technology in 3D Scanning System in the Batam, Indonesia facility. The system is totally portable and provides full laser scanning capability. Combined with powerful software, it can produce detailed comparisons between CAD models and inspection results and create solid surface CAD models to the most exacting client requirements, either onsite or at the client’s facility.
3D scanning can greatly benefit organisations working in manufacturing, engineering, design, development, surveying or testing. 3D scanning technology can be applied at any point in a typical manufacturing cycle, saving time, money and material. 3D scanning results in higher quality, better fitting parts that are less costly to manufacture. With this capability in place, RPC can capture complex geometry quickly, efficiently and accurately.
The new 3D scanner is a metrology grade laser scanner capable of scanning any surface without the need for surface preparation. It is accurate to 0.030mm with a measurement rate of 480,000 measures/second allowing for very rapid data acquisition.
Unaffected by the measurement environment such as instability, vibration, thermal and variation, the scanner can be used virtually anywhere.
This equipment also provides us the capability for reverse engineering, translating scanned data into CAD data for CNC machining, 3D printing or importing into any major CAD software package for further processing, whether it be for generating a new 3D model, generating 2D drawings or modifying an existing design.
RPC looks forward to providing our clients with this leading-edge technology.
RPC is pleased to announce UTComp’s UltraAnalytix™ technology and testing is now available to South East Asia clients through our Singapore office.
The unique ultrasound system enables us to perform in-service condition assessments on live FRP assets such as tanks, pipes and other structures whilst they are still operating. This outstanding technology is a first for the SEA region. It will allow our clients to receive live condition assessments on their vital FRP assets without the need to isolate them or take the asset offline. It protects clients against asset failure or the potential cost of replacing assets that are still in perfect working condition.
Use of the UltraAnalytix™ system has already gained traction in the Australian market with take-up by Sydney Water, WaterCorp, Veolia and BHP. The testing is fast providing clients with superior data reporting on the integrity and remaining life service of their FRP assets.
To discuss your FRP testing requirements in SEA – email@example.com
What is a composite:
A composite is an engineered product where you combine various materials to produce and material with specific performance characteristics.
RPC produce FRP (Fibre reinforced plastic) This use different fibres bound in a thermosetting plastic. The most common of the FRP products is GRP or glass reinforced plastic which uses various types of glass fibre bound by a Polyester or Vinyl Ester thermosetting resin. GRP is also known as fibreglass. Other types are GRE which is like GRP but uses Epoxy resins to bind the fibres. And of course the materials containing more exotic fibres like Carbon Fibre and Kevlar.
RPC is a leader in the design, engineering, manufacture and installation of fibre reinforced plastic (FRP) products serving major civil, water and wastewater, energy, defence, mining and marine industry requirements in South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
GRP – The Modern Solution:
GRP has proved itself repeatedly over the past decade to be the modern solution for a range of manufacturing requirements. It has a range of advantages over traditional solutions such as concrete and steel.
Projects in SEA where GRP has been successfully utilised include:
RPC Singapore Pte Ltd
150 Changi Road,
#04-04A Guthrie Building,
Tel: +65 67437424
Fax: +65 64631262
RPC International Sdn Bhd Malaysia
A-10-01 Phileo Damansara One,
Jalan 16/11 Petaling Jaya
46350 Selnagor, Malaysia
Tel: +60 111275 7130
Fax: +60 37458 7425