Internal Reinforcement of concrete

Glassfiber reinforced rebars

Glassfiber reinforced rebars

Glassfiber reinforced rebars

-Significantly improve the longevity of civil engineering structures in an aggressive environment

-No need for repair and maintenance

-Non-corrosive: will not corrode when exposed to a wide variety of aggressive elements. Impervious to chloride ions.

-Chemically resistant.

-Tensile strength greater than steel (1½ to 2 times) but only 1/4th of the weight of steel: can easily be transported and installed without the need for heavy lifting equipment.

-Transparent to magnetic fields and radio frequencies.

-Non-conductive: neither electrically or thermally conductive.

-Good impact resistance: resists sudden and severe point loading.

-Excellent fatigue resistance: performs very well in cyclic loading situations.

-Dimensionally stable under thermal loading: reduced expansion/shrinkage in concrete subjected to temperature variation.

-Any concrete member susceptible to corrosion of the steel reinforcement by chloride ion or chemical attack, in short, everywhere where currently stainless steel, epoxy coated or galvanised rebar is used.

-Any concrete member with thin concrete sections where adequate concrete cover is not available such as in architectural precast elements.

-Any concrete member requiring non-ferrous reinforcement due to electromagnetic considerations.


-Bridge decks

-Median barriers

-Parking structures

-Salt storage facilities

-Approach slabs

2. Concrete exposed to marine salts.

-Seawalls, quay-walls

-Buildings and structures near waterfronts

-Special constructions like aqua-culture operations, aquariums, amusement parks

-Artificial reefs and water breaks

-Floating docks

-Piers, jetties

-Offshore platforms

Aslan 100 is replaced by the NG GFRP rebars

Available in diameters : 6 mm, 10 mm, 12,5 mm, 16 mm, 20 mm, 25 mm, 32 mm. Lengte : 3 of 6 meter