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Support/Guarantee. About. Basalt Rebar is a better way to reinforce concrete. High tensile strength. Above all other conventional reinforcements. Corrosion resistant. Will not decay or rust over time, unlike traditional steel. Moisture resistant. Weathers the wettest environments with built in alkali resistance.
Basalt Rebar. Description and basalt rebar range. Price upon request. CALL US. Basalt rebar is a rod with continuous spiral ribbing, formed by winding it with a basalt yarn moistened with a high-strength polymer compound. It is a promising composite material with a wide range of applications in construction.
Basalt Rebar is available in the following diameters: 4mm. 6mm. 8mm. 10mm. 12mm. 25mm. 4mm to 12mm available in 100m coils or cut lengths. 14mm to 25mm packaged in 10 foot cut lengths. Contact Nick for more information, basalt product prices and shipping quotes. Links to What is Basalt and Basalt
Our company is involved in offering premium range of Basalt Fiber Rebar, which replaces steel and glass rebar. These are also used in production of insulators for high voltage power lines, concrete barriers, hydraulic engineering and so forth. It is offered as sand-coated, without sand coating, rods, basalt rebar with steel core and many more options, to match process requirements.
Basalt rebar is easily cut to length with regular tools. Basalt rebar does not conduct electricity or induce fields when exposed to RF energy, great for MRI or data buildings. On average 60% less CO2 emission in final concrete structures due to production process, logistics and material optimization. Overall project cost is less than with steel rebar.
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World reserves of basaltic rock are endless and cheap, adding less than 5% to the cost of production. Basalt fibre, because of its technical and economic characteristics, will replace the market share now occupied by both expensive carbon fibre products and those of ecologically harmful glass fibre.
Cost: There are not enough industries producing Basalt Rebars and hence due to low competition they have maintained their prices sky high. The bars cannot be bent at site and hence the currently workforce who show only that will be termed useless.