Fiberglass rods have many industrial uses, including structural support applications, such as platforms, walkways, and equipment support. On first sight, a fiberglass rod can actually look like a welding rod, but that is where the similarities end. Fiberglass poles are thicker than rods, and are used as handles for conduit benders and pike poles. Fiberglass tubes are typically used electrical applications, such as antenna supports. In the building industry, fiberglass sheets can be used to create walls, roofs, and skylight panels. Corrosion resistant fiberglass channels are ideal for floor joists and offer high strength, with low maintenance, while fiberglass grating is non-conductive alternative to metal gratings in commercial sites.