Fiberglass Rebar (GFRP Rebar) Mesh

Because of the simple installation and regular manufactured grid design, wire mesh is also a reinforcing material like rebar known as reinforcing mesh grid and used popularly.Fiberglass reinforced polymer bar ( GFRP rebar) is used widely for efficient construction right now, because it is lighter, cheaper and stronger than steel. It is not susceptible to corrosion also, and lasts much longer. Comparing with steel wire mesh, Pulwell’s fiberglass (GFRP) rebar mesh is stronger, lighter, and rust free, which means can significantly save costs in installation as well as in handling, and also make the constructions more durable

Product Details

Benefits of Pulwell fiberglass rebar mesh vs steel rebar mesh

 

75% lighter than steel--ease of handling, labor and freight savings

Stronger than steel-- 2X tensile strength of steel rebar

More durable-- impervious to corrosion, longer service life,no more corrosion cracks

Non conductive-- electrical and thermal insulator

Cost competitive-- consistent pricing and cheaper than steel

Faster to install-- light weight and easily cutting for 50% labor savings

Lower tensile modulus-- springs back and stays centered when stepped on or driven on, less cracks

 

Physical & Mechanical Properties

Tensile strength > 900 Mpa

Tensile Modulus > 45 Gpa

Bond strength with concrete: > 10 Mpa

Specific gravity: 1.95 to 2.10

 

Available Fiberglass Rebar Mesh:

Bonded rebar mesh: made by continuous production process.

 Rebar diameters: 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm and 8mm,

 Cell sizes: 50X50mm, 100X100mm, 150X150mm, 200X200mm, 250mmX250mm  and 300X300mm.

 Width: 1m.

 Length: Normally 3m to 6m sheets, or 50m per roll with diameter below 6mm


Assembled rebar mesh:assembled by plastic clips or ties

Rebar diameters: 6mm 8mm, 10mm,12mm

Cell sizes: customer sizes

Width: up to 2.2m

Length: Normally 3m to 6m sheets

Applications:

Concrete Reinforcing fiberglass rebar mesh

 

It can be used for reinforcing concrete flatwork such as parking lots, floors, concrete pads, roads, driveways, walkways, sewage treatment plants, sidewalks, agricultural slabs,shed pad, steps, ramps, curved pathway, patios, lightweight paving, floors in livestock farms,precast,chemical waste storage facilities, pedestrian paths, construction of coastal and hydraulic structures,as well as swimming pool deck and surround.  


Masonry wall reinforcement mesh for bricks or concrete blocks

 

The fiberglass masonry mesh is used to reinforce masonry in the construction of houses with concrete, expanded clay blocks and bricks. The advantages of a fiberglass masonry mesh are light weight to reduce load on the foundation and low thermal conductivity , which does not create cold bridges unlike a steel mesh.We sell a mesh with width 20, 25, 33 and 50 cm. Choose the appropriate size, depending on the thickness of your wall.




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