Composite Rebar

Composite glass fiber reinforcement is one of the most popular and modern building materials all over the world (also known as FRP, GFRP, or Fiberglass Rebar).
So why composite rebar is the construction material of the future?
ADVANTAGES: 1) Resistance to the breaking of composite reinforcement is twice as higher as that of A-III class steel reinforcement with the same diameter. Correspondingly, its calculated surface can be twice as smaller as that of steel reinforcement.2) Resistance to corrosion It does not destroy concrete. Steady for corrosion and aggressive environments.3) Thermal conductivity of composite reinforcement is 100 times lower than that of steel reinforcement and, practically, it does not conduct heat. Therefore, it cannot become a thermal bridge and it reduces heat losses considerably.4) Durable and ecological Composite reinforcement extends the period of use of a structure 2-3 times more as compared to steel reinforcement, especially under the influence of aggressive environments. The forecast period of use – min. 80 years.5) High safety and functionality No electric or electromagnetic conductivity, no magnetism, and no disruption of sensitive electronic installations. It is transparent to radar and radio waves.6) LightweightThe weight of the GFRP rebar is 10 times less in comparison with the weight of the steel rebar. So it reduces transportation costs.7) High strength in a wide range of temperatures It is resistant to a wide range of temperature operating conditions: From -70 С to +1008) Savings up to 50% Taking into account the equal-strength replacement of rebar, fiberglass rebar replaces steel rebar with a smaller diameter, savings are up to 50%.9) Savings of up to 90% on transportation Due to its lightweight, the transportation of fiberglass rebar is much cheaper. One truck can fit up to 400 km of rebar.10) The flexibility of sizes – rods of the desired lengthThe length of the composite rebar in coils can be 50-200m but can be easily cut off to the desired length.


Construction:Cottage and private construction Bridge constructionTunnel structures (tunnel portal supports and intermediate ceiling in tunnels)Airport, railway, port, and tunnel constructionPool constructionIn light and heavy concrete (foam concrete, overlay panels, monolithic foundations)In aggressive environments and chemical industry buildings
Road construction:Reinforcement of road and airfield slabsReinforcement of the roadway
Reinforcement of pedestrian paths
Reinforcement of the bases of lighting supports and power transmission towers.
Road and paving slabs, fence slabs, curbs, posts and pillars
Reinforcing sleepers in railway construction

Horticulture:Gardening infrastructurePlant maintaining structuresGreenhousesReinforcement of warehouses
Industrial engineering:Strengthening and reinforcing floors in industrial buildings, parking lots, shopping centers, and supermarketsReinforcement of the foundations of buildings (including below the zero marking)Reinforcement of sewerage, land reclamation and water disposalRepair of reinforced concrete and brick structuresReinforcement of concrete, stone and combined walls of buildingsReinforcement of slabs up to 5 meters


Substitution variants: equal in strength fiberglass rebar replaces steel rebar with a smaller diameter

Steel rebar Composite rebar6 A III 4mm8 A III 6mm10 A III 7mm12 A III 8mm14 A III 10mm16 A III 12mm18 A III 14mm20 A III 16mm22 A III 18mm24 A III 20mm
We continue to use innovative methods to produce composite products and remain cost competitive with steel and GFRP rebar counterparts


Comparison of the properties of steel and composite rebar


Why is it cheaper to use composite rebar instead of steel?

When comparing the costs of fiberglass rebar vs. steel rebar it can be easily stated the difference in the initial cost. However, there are many reasons why fiberglass rebar ends up becoming a more affordable competitor to steel rebar.
● Steel rebar has susceptibility to corrosion or oxidation when exposed to salts, aggressive chemicals, and moisture. As it corrodes, steel rebar swells and increases the tensile load on the concrete, which begins to crack and spall, creating openings that lead to further and faster deterioration of the steel and concrete. This causes costly repair and maintenance and, if allowed to progress far enough, it can compromise the structure’s integrity.
● Fiberglass rebar can also lower costs by cutting down on the use of labor, decrease installation charges, reduce the need for maintenance, and has a longer lifespan than many medals.
● Fiberglass rebar has 2x the tensile strength, 1/4 the weight of steel and 45 GPa and 60 Gpa modulus of elasticity.

COMPOSITE REBAR WITH SAND COATING Adhesion with concrete - up to 100%


The sand coating enhances anti-corrosiveness and protection from aggressive environments which are typical for concrete and construction mixes.Rebars coated with sand lead to stronger chemical adhesion with concrete.
● The density of an innovative product is 2,025 T/m3. ● The modulus of elasticity of the rods made of composite materials is 50.5 GPA under the action of tensile forces. ● The tensile strength is more than 1250 MPA.
Application field:Composite reinforcement with a sand coating is used to the maximum in the construction industry and in the construction of roads. It is used to create foundation structures, floors and frames used in industrial and residential buildings.Also, the sand-covered reinforcement is used to improve the strength characteristics of the brickwork.

Composite rebar (GFRP) is a cost-effective way to ensure your projects will last up to 4 times longer. As it provides durability of concrete structures, especially in chemically agressive environments and extreme temperature conditions.


Long term-durability

Composite rebar will never rust

Labour savings

Half the time to install

Lower cost

Than steel

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