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GFRP Rebar

Stronger, Lighter & Cheaper

GFRP rebar

GFRP (Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer) rebar, commonly referred to as Fiberglass reinforcement, is a high tensile strength alternative to steel reinforcement. GFRP REBAR Composite Rebar is used in transportation infrastructure, rail LRT, runways, IT and research facilities, mining and tunneling, buildings, and waterside concrete structures such as retaining, sea walls, dams, and power plants have to be reinforced with corrosion-resistant rebar

Fiberglass reinforcing is highly resistant to corrosion and can extend the lifespan of concrete structures enormously. The steel is used in constructions like buildings, tunnels, waterside concrete, etc, Due to climate and exposure to chlorides causes major corrosion issues. Governments, constructors, and building owners are facing so much money for repairing dangerous failures. 

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Advantages Of GFRP rebar

  • GFRP rebar is ¼ the lighter than steel and 2x the stronger than steel.
  • It’s more durable and cost-effective than steel
  • Fiberglass rebar “MRG Composites” has a high tensile strength which indicates they are at least 2 times stronger than conventional steel of the same diameter. This enables consumers in some cases to replace the diameter of steel with a smaller diameter of MRG Bars without any loss of performance.
GFRP Rebar 2x stronger
GFRP Rebar 2x life
  • The constituents of GFRP include high-quality corrosion-resistant vinyl ester resin that increases the lifespan of a concrete structure.
  • It can be manufactured in custom lengths, bends, and shapes
  • When deciding between composite and steel rebars, durability will play a big role. Where MRG Bars are 100% non-corrosive and have a life of over 2 times compared with steel reinforcement, this makes it an easy winner and the one to choose.
  • It is transparent to electrical field and radio frequencies
  • Low thermal conductivity
  • This bar has a much higher coefficient of thermal expansion in the transverse direction than that of steel
  • As the density of glass-fiber reinforcement is only 1.9 Tons/cubic meter, it makes our bars nearly 4 times lighter than conventional reinforcement bars. This means that the handling, transportation, and overall experience on-site become very easy.

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