The main products are glass fiber reinforced bars, glass fiber reinforced plastic anchors and various fiber reinforced composite profiles
How to use glass fiber reinforced plastic anchor, introduction of glass fiber reinforced plastic anchor construction technology
Bolt support is a hidden project. Once there is a problem with the construction quality and it is easy to cause roof fall accidents, on-site construction has become the key link of bolt support. Operators must understand, be familiar with and master the construction technology of bolt support.
What are the application scopes of FRP bolts and under what conditions are they used?
FRP bolts are generally composed of glass fiber and resin, of which glass fibers generally account for more than 60% of the total weight of the rod body, so the main performance of FRP bolts is mainly determined by glass fibers.
Fiberglass composites give bridges longer life?
The same goes for Canada's "TransCanada Highway", a system of highways that runs through 10 Canadian provinces. Thousands of passengers rely on this highway system to travel. Like many highways, TransCanada also has many reinforced concrete bridges connecting the various highways. However, after prolonged exposure to the sun and rain, the steel structure is corroded, and the bridge will be left with serious durability problems, resulting in structural degradation and expensive repair costs.
Why use fiberglass rebar, GFRP rebar
Glass fiber reinforced plastic bar is used for efficient construction, because it is lighter, cheaper and stronger than steel. It also doesn’t corrode, and more durable. GFRP rebar is supplied in rods of 3 and 6 meters, as well as in coils of 50 and 100 meters in length.
Development and innovation of combined application of FRP and sea sand concrete
At present, the application of sea sand is still limited by its own characteristics. Sea sand contains chloride ions that can corrode steel. It cannot be directly used to replace river sand to configure concrete in traditional reinforced concrete structures.