will not rust, and is impervious to the action of salt ions, chemicals, and the alkalinity inherent in concrete.
Fiberglass rebar (GFRP)
The concrete cannot sustain the tensile load developed from this volume increase, and eventually cracks and spalls, leading to further deterioration of the steel. The combination of ongoing deterioration and loss of reinforcement properties ultimately requires potentially significant and expensive outlays for repair and maintenance, and possibly the endangerment of the structure itself.
Steel rebar also conducts electricity and magnetic fields, attributes that are not desirable in many types of medical, nuclear, power generating, and electronic applications.
ALB-REBAR fiberglass rebar, with its superior tensile properties, built-in corrosion resistance, and inherent electromagnetic neutrality, offers a unique and economically feasible reinforcing bar for such applications:
Composite rebars ALB-REBAR
were successfully tested for corrosion and physical-mechanical properties in different world universities.