composite rebar


Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) is a heavy-duty composite reinforcement bar that has proven to be a successful and economical alternative over traditional concrete reinforcement.

GFRP is a structural ribbed reinforcement bar manufactured from high strength and corrosion free glass fiber, impregnated and coated with an extremely durable polymer based epoxy resin. 

GFRP is impervious to moisture and highly resistant to chemical acids and alkaline bases, making it ideal for engineering structures where weather and corrosion are major factors.

Its tensile strength is 3 times more than Steel and is 10 times lighter in comparison per meter, making it the perfect reinforcement choice. 

Diameters range from 4 mm to 40 mm.

Key Features

  • Tensile strength: 3 x than Steel
  • Easily cut and machined
  • Non magnetic
  • Rapid installation time
  • Weight: 10 x lighter than Steel
  • Reduced concrete cover
  • Non conductive
  • Better alternative to Steel
  • Corrosion and rust free
  • State of the art technology
  • Transparent to radio frequency
  • Resistant to chemicals
  • Replaces Steel reinforcement
  • Non Toxic
  • Reduced project costs
  • Easier to transport and carry

GFRP application fields

designed and tested for superior strength & economic reinforcement

American Concrete Institute (ACI) ACI Committee 440

U.S. compliance: ACI 440.5-08 (2008), ACI 440.6-08 (2008), ACI 440.1R-01 (2001),

ACI 440.1R-06 (2006), ACI 440.4R-04 (2004), ACI 301-05 (2005), ACI 117-06 (2006)

AASHTO GFRP-1 (2009)

Canadian Standards Association (CSA)

CAN/CSA-S6-06 (2006), CAN/CSA-S806-02 (R2007), CAN/CSA-S807-10 (2010)

Intelligent Sensing for Innovative Structures- (Canada)

Manual No. 3 (Version 2) 2007, Manual No. 5


International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib Bulletin No. 40) 2007


Italian National Research Council CNR-DT 203/2006, CNR-DT 205/2007

Application markets

Reinforced Concrete Exposed to De-Icing Chlorides
Bridge Decks & Railings • Median Barriers • Roads and Paving Slabs • Salt Storage Facilities • Precast Elements • Manhole Covers • Culverts • Railway Crossings • Parking Structures • Curbs • Retaining Walls • Foundations

Applications Subjected to Other Corrosive Agents
Waste Water Treatment plants • Architectural Concrete Elements • Historic Preservation • Petrochemical plants • Pulp/Paper mills • Cooling Towers • Nuclear Power and Dump plants • Chemical plants • Liquid Gas plants • Pipelines/tanks for fossil fuels

High Voltages & Electromagnetic Fields
Light & Heavy Rail Tracks • Hospital MRI Areas • High Voltage Substations • Cable Ducts & Banks • Aluminium Smelters & Steel Mills • Radio Frequency Sensitive Areas • Highway Tolling Zones

Structures Built in or Close to Sea Water
Sea Walls • Wharf, Quays and Dry Docks • Floating Structures • Piers • Jetties • Canals • Dams • Offshore Platforms • Aquariums • Roads and Buildings • Port Harbors • Coastal Construction exposed to Salt Fog • Barrier Walls • Desalinization Intakes

tensile strength 3 times more than a3 steel

10 x lighter than Steel, much easier to transport, handle and machine

concrete friendly, corrosion and rust free

avoids over-lap, less wastage and unnecessary expense

rapid installation time, reduced project costs

non-magnetic, non-conductive, transparent to radio frequencies

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the ideal replacement for steel

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