Compared to the traditional materials such as steel or concrete used in infrastructure structures; well-known properties of composite materials offer a crucial advantage with higher specific strength, greater fatigue strength, energy absorption capacity and better corrosion resistance that make them a natural fit for infrastructure projects. Composite reinforced structures increase overall life cycle costs as three times as long and require less maintenance. Composites materials advance construction projects globally, including combinations of wood and carbon fiber, foldable composites and more.

Pultruded carbon parts can replace steel in many load bearing structures as well as strengthening existing structural components which offers advantage to increase load capacity and rigidity.

Such as unidirectional composite strands made up of carbon fiber are used to reinforce constructional parts, roofs and seismic applications because of their high stiffness and strength-to-weight ratio.

 Main advantages;

  • Superior Corrosion Resistance
  • High Specific Strength
  • Light Weight
  • High Fatigue Behaviour
  • Low Lifespan
  • High Energy Absorption
  • Improved Weatherability

Main Usage Area:

  • rehabilitating roads
  • bridges
  • water/drainage systems and seawalls
  • build resilient structures
  • Strengthening Structures
  • Panels
  • Seismic Applications