Fiberglass reinforcement is based on high-strength fiberglass threads and synthetic resin. Synthetic resins are reinforcement binders and consist of several components that interact with each other in certain volumes and temperatures, as well as in correct and precise manufacturing processes, to create high-quality reinforcements.
Two main components are used in production: the reinforcing material itself (roving) and the binder (epoxy resin). The ratio of these components is approximately 80 to 20. In the finished reinforcement, the roving assumes mechanical loads, and the resin acts as a matrix, evenly distributing the loads along the entire length of the rod and protecting the reinforcement from environmental influences.
The production process of glass fiber reinforcement consists of several stages
The company SIA Composite PRO is engaged in the production of a unique building material - fiberglass reinforcing bars.
This composite material has excellent corrosion resistance, is lightweight and durable.