Usage of composite reinforcement
The main areas of application of fiberglass composite reinforcement are foundations. The use of composite reinforcement gives significant savings in cash compared to the use of traditional steel reinforcement.
Composite polymer Fiberglass fittings are used:
- For reinforcement of foundations and structures, working on elastic basis (road plates for covering of intrarline, bypass, temporary and other roads with complete replacement of metal fittings, etc.)
- For reinforcement of conventional (non-spiced) concrete structures;
- For reinforcement of porous and large-porous concrete (drainage pipes), light and aerated concrete, including monolithic construction;
- In order to improve the thermal characteristics of the walls, it is recommended to use the automatic transmission for the production of flexible connections for the purpose of use in the layered masonry brick buildings;
- For the manufacture of dowels for fastening the exterior insulation of the walls of buildings;
- For the production of rods and grids to strengthen the bearing capacity of the armobrick structures;
- In constructions on the basis of plaster knitting;
- For reinforcement of cloths of highways and asphalt-concrete coverings (for prevention of occurrence of cracks);
- For reinforcement of road construction elements, which are subjected to aggressive influence of anti-icing reagents;
- In constructions exposed to aggressive media causing corrosion of steel reinforcement (chloride salts, aggressive gases of elevated concentrations, etc.);
- Reinforcement of soils and rocks at mining works, laying of tunnels and excavation of pits;
- Reinforcement of embankments on a weak basis (swamps, soils of high humidity, Prasrasi prorides, temporary roads;
- Concrete reinforcement on slag portlandcement, Puzzolane cement, mixed binders with high content of active mineral additives, etc.;
- Reinforcement of monolithic concrete with chlorides with anti-frost additives, (calcium chloride HK, Nitrat-chloride nkhk, nitrate-chloride calcium with urea and etc.);
- In cases when there is no possibility to provide normative requirements to a thickness of a protective layer of concrete (thin-walled constructions of various purpose, for example: panels of protective structures from noise, fencing, architectural design and etc.)
- For reinforcement of masonry walls
Usage of a composite grid
Composite Grid has a number of advantages:
- It has a high tensile strength, which is more than 1500 MPa;
- Resistant to corrosive processes, as well as the effects of aggressive environment, rot and deformation;
- Vibropogler, due to the low modulus of elasticity;
- It is a dielectric and possesses the property of “radio transparency”;
- Does not conduct heat, which prevents the appearance of bridges for cold air;
- Considerably reduces terms of installation works, saves on transportation and lifting-unloading works.
The composite grid is designed for:
- Reinforcement of structures made of concrete, which include wall panels;
- Concrete floor reinforcement;
- Reinforcement of walls from bricks and stone;
- Reinforcement of the décor of concrete and gypsum;
- Reinforcement of other kind of building constructions on the basis of concrete and plaster structure;
- Reinforcement of infrastructure objects.
The mesh is widely used for construction of industrial buildings and civil buildings. In addition, it is more appropriate to use a composite mesh to strengthen the structures exploited in an aggressive environment with a high humidity coefficient, for treatment and hydrostructures, septic tanks, storages, as well as in the chemical Industry and agriculture.
The application of the grid, except the construction of industrial and civil real estate, is also very irreplaceable in aggressive and damp environments, in various types of chemical production, in sewage treatment plants, in septic tanks, storages, Hydropower plants, as well as in agriculture.