Basalt Rebar

Basalt rebar is a bar with continuous spiral ribbing formed by means of winding by basalt strip oiled in highly durable polymeric compound.

Basalt rebar is a perspective composite material with a wide range of application in construction.

The rebars are resistant to corrosion and aggressive chemical compounds, is extremely light and durable.

Research results have shown that long life of constructions where basalt rebars were used considerably exceeds the life of similar constructions where other materials were used.

Characteristics:
  • Temporary tensile strength
  • Modulus of elasticity
  • Density
  • External view
Units:
  • МПа
  • МПа
  • gr/cm³
Norms:
  • 1100
  • 70000
  • 1,9
  • From dark brown to black
Control methods:
  • ГОСТ 12004
  • ГОСТ 12004
  • ГОСТ 15139
  • Technical checkup (visual)
Technical Benefits:
  • Low specific weight: 4 times lighter than steel rebar
  • Resistance to corrosion, rotting, and warping
  • Unique chemical resistance (potash environment, hydrochloric acid, alkali, sea water and other aggressive environments)
  • Low thermal conductivity
  • Working temperature range 70 – 100 °
  • Long overhaul period for constructions
  • Considerably lower maintenance and repair expenses
  • Higher operational reliability and long life of constructions and products
  • Possibility to carry out installation and routine maintenance works without special load lifting mechanisms and machinery
  • Lower expenses for transporting constructions and elements of constructions to the place of installation due to lower weight of the product
Sphere to use:
Roads
Roads
Bridges and overpasses
Bridges and overpasses
Asphalt-concrete Reinforcement
Asphalt-concrete Reinforcement
Screeds
Screeds
Dry mix
Dry mix
Industrial Floor
Industrial Floor
Construction Products
Construction Products
Geofoam and perlite concrete products
Geofoam and perlite concrete products
Foundations and walls
Foundations and walls
Architectural millwork (UHPC)
Architectural millwork (UHPC)
Coastline reinforcement
Coastline reinforcement
Reconstruction of historical sites
Reconstruction of historical sites