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Continuous Basalt Fiber - rustless RockRebar mesh for reinforcing steel or concrete Basalt Fiber, Raw Energy, Raw Materials, Dna, Concrete, Mesh, Steel, Rock, Raw Material

RAW MATERIALS CORP - About CONTINUOuS BASALT FIBER (CBF)

Don R. Smith Raw Materials Corp. April 26, 2009 Advantages of CBF Continuous Basalt Fiber based RockRebar® over Steel or FiberglassNo RUST EVERLighter weight&Stronger PRODUCTION OF CONTINUOUS BASALT FIBER Volcanic basalt lava rock, abundan

Don DNA Raw Energy, Raw Materials, Dna, Rock, Fiber, Raw Material, Skirt, Locks, The Rock

RAW MATERIALS CORP - Rockrebar® Coil Sizes And Weights

RAW MATERIALS CORP

RAW MATERIALS CORP - Glass state continuous basalt fiber is time proven durable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. Despite their obvious color difference, golden brown continuous basalt fiber produced from naturally occurring volcanic basalt roc Basalt Fiber, Splash Zone, Raw Energy, Raw Materials, Dna, Quartz, Wool, Nature, The Body

RAW MATERIALS CORP - Glass state continuous basalt fiber is time proven durable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. Despite their obvious color difference,  golden brown continuous basalt fiber produced from naturally occurring volcanic basalt rock and man-made white silica fiberglass are chemically very similar blends of common quarry minerals.  ACI (American Concrete Institute) recognizes FRP (fiber reinforced polymers) for use as concrete reinforcements.  The June 2016 official printing of AC-454 now labels continuous basalt fiber and a special manmade fiberglass E-CR (corrosion resistant) fiberglass as sufficiently similar in overall performance as to be interchangeable for use in producing FRP concrete reinforcements. Brown basalt fiber reinforced polymer BFRP rebar and the white fiberglass GFRP rebar are now the only two “glass state” structural fibers officially recognized for concrete reinforcement.Naturally, occurring basalt has several advantages.As the single component required to produce continuous basalt fiber, the quarry process to collect basalt rock is inherently far smaller carbon footprint than mining a dozen minerals to produce man-made white silica based E-CR fiberglass.In addition, basalt is opaque so it blocks the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays naturally. Manmade white translucent fiberglass must be protected from UV light degradation.At a base fiber level, the strength and durability glass state boron free basalt fiber enjoys over man assembled white fiberglass is the result of heat, pressure, and thousands of years of mixing mother nature put into the recipe to form the basalt rock.Yes, manmade white E (electric) glass can be produced without the toxic mineral boron, its labeled E-CR (corrosion resistant).  Basalt rock is naturally boron free and clearly basalt is time proven to remain “rock solid” standing today when all other minerals have long since eroded away.  In a “glass state,” both basalt and silicate glass are inorganic materials. During fiber production both receive a “size” coating(s) generically called a “sizing” process. This coating is something less than 100 μm (stands for “micrometer” also called a “micron” which is one-millionths of a meter or 0.000039 of an inch). This ultra-thin coat of “size” preforms to protect the fiber as it acts as the coupling agent to provide the load linkage to glass state fibers at a molecular level called a “covalent bond”.  Not only does “size” become part of the fiber to seal and protect, the sizing process also extends a molecular chain with a dispersant to which organic resin such as epoxy resin will crosslink there by further to seal off and enhancing durability against fiber damage from the environment for hundreds of years.Clearly, compared to rusty steel modern Fiber Reinforced Polymers are a paradigm shift enhancement to the reinforcement of our concrete infrastructure.          RockMesh® another RAW® brand non-rusting FRP reinforcement Continuous Basalt fiber GeoMesh / Grid Biaxial orientated continuous basalt glass fiber with saline / silicone sizing and PVC emulsion coating designed for direct placement in soil, concrete or asphalts (Manufacture makes no warranties as to this material being appropriate for every application that might be encountered)   Specifications:  BFRP GeoMesh RAW® brand RockMesh®  model 90-90 KN 1 ½” x 1 ½” open window, triple tendon warp and weft, 5/16- 3/8 bar, 380 gm2 design for optimal reinforcement passing aggregates commonly used in pump mix, for structural reinforcing and crack mitigation of pervious concrete and concrete spray such as Shotcrete or Gunite Test results from: Production Batch No: LY-07-22-2015 Date of Manufacture: 07-22-2015                                        As designed  As tested  A        B                    C                        D                  E                   F                Average            RockMesh® introductionContinuous Basalt fiber geogrid is a BFRP reinforcement based on basalt fiber in a glass state woven cloth coated with modified PVC,it was developed to address the problem of pavement cracking on highways, roads and runways, driven by a need to reduce cost for infrastructure maintenance and repair.It is characterized by high tensile strength in axial and lateral directions; a very low stretch rate almost perfectly matching the natural stretch and expansion of Portland based concrete, high natural resistance to alkali, low temperature- resistance, as well as superior handling and cutting convenience in construction and low price. It can be used on concrete and or pitch pavement to prevent cracks and prolong pavement service life. It also can be used as areinforcement material for hillsides, reservoirs, harbors, ports, water channels, seawalls, swimming pools and in both new or the restoration of deteriorating reinforced concrete infrastructure. --- Reinforcement for road pavement--- Reinforcement of “Pervious” concrete--- Reinforcement for railway basement--- Reinforcement for Tunnel--- Reinforcement for Slope--- Reinforcement for embankment ---Soft soil reinforcement, improve road whole bearing capacity   and prevent crack

RAW MATERIALS CORP

Energetických surovín CORP - Články Raw Energy, Raw Materials, Dna, Sustainability, Alternative, Rock, Green, House, The Body

RAW MATERIALS CORP -        Science to Sage magazine,          Jan-Feb issue 2014                      BASALT      Science to Sage magazine,          Jan-Feb issue 2014

RAW MATERIALS CORP

Alibaba Manufacturer Directory - Suppliers, Manufacturers, Exporters & Importers Basalt Fiber, Dna, Mesh, Rock, Skirt, Locks, The Rock, Rock Music, Batu

Suppliers, Manufacturers, Exporters & Importers

Alibaba Manufacturer Directory - Suppliers, Manufacturers, Exporters & Importers

Zhejiang Suretex Composite Co., Ltd. Basalt Fiber, Architectural Elements, Mesh Fabric, Composition, Eyeshadow, Dna, Rock, Products, Eye Shadow

Zhejiang Suretex Composite Co., Ltd. - aramid fiber,aramid short cut fiber

Vlákno čadičové Geomreže pre vystuženie, Výhľad čadičového vlákna geomriežky, SURETEX Detaily o tovar z Tongxiang Suretex Composite Co., Ltd. na Alibaba.com

Energetických surovín CORP - Trellis a rastlín Vinnig Basalt Fiber, Raw Energy, Mean Green, Raw Materials, Trellis, Dna, Plant Leaves, Rock, Plants

RAW MATERIALS CORP -  Trellis  and plant vining

When we say "GREEN", we really mean "GREEN". Plants absolutely love to grow on it!Notice, you can hardly see the CBF.

Energetických surovín CORP - Trellis a rastlín Vinnig Basalt Fiber, Raw Energy, Mean Green, Raw Materials, Trellis, Dna, Plant Leaves, Canning, Rock

RAW MATERIALS CORP -  Trellis  and plant vining

When we say "GREEN", we really mean "GREEN". Plants absolutely love to grow on it!Notice, you can hardly see the CBF.

Energetických surovín CORP - Trellis a rastlín Vinnig Basalt Fiber, Mean Green, Raw Materials, Trellis, Dna, Stuffed Peppers, Rock, Vegetables, Plants

RAW MATERIALS CORP -  Trellis  and plant vining

When we say "GREEN", we really mean "GREEN". Plants absolutely love to grow on it!Notice, you can hardly see the CBF.

12mm cievky Basalt Fiber, Raw Energy, Raw Materials, Dna, Rock, Raw Material, Skirt, Locks, The Rock

RAW MATERIALS CORP - About CONTINUOuS BASALT FIBER (CBF)

Don R. Smith Raw Materials Corp. April 26, 2009 Advantages of CBF Continuous Basalt Fiber based RockRebar® over Steel or FiberglassNo RUST EVERLighter weight&Stronger PRODUCTION OF CONTINUOUS BASALT FIBER Volcanic basalt lava rock, abundan

Energetických surovín CORP - sústavné čadičového vlákna (CBF) Basalt Fiber, Raw Energy, Raw Materials, Dna, Rock, Water, Outdoor, Raw Material, Gripe Water

RAW MATERIALS CORP - About CONTINUOuS BASALT FIBER (CBF)

Don R. Smith Raw Materials Corp. April 26, 2009 Advantages of CBF Continuous Basalt Fiber based RockRebar® over Steel or FiberglassNo RUST EVERLighter weight&Stronger PRODUCTION OF CONTINUOUS BASALT FIBER Volcanic basalt lava rock, abundan

RAW MATERIALS CORP - Glass state continuous basalt fiber is time proven durable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. Despite their obvious color difference, golden brown continuous basalt fiber produced from naturally occurring volcanic basalt roc Basalt Fiber, Raw Energy, Data Show, Raw Materials, Dna, Rock, The Body, Raw Material, Skirt

RAW MATERIALS CORP - Glass state continuous basalt fiber is time proven durable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. Despite their obvious color difference,  golden brown continuous basalt fiber produced from naturally occurring volcanic basalt rock and man-made white silica fiberglass are chemically very similar blends of common quarry minerals.  ACI (American Concrete Institute) recognizes FRP (fiber reinforced polymers) for use as concrete reinforcements.  The June 2016 official printing of AC-454 now labels continuous basalt fiber and a special manmade fiberglass E-CR (corrosion resistant) fiberglass as sufficiently similar in overall performance as to be interchangeable for use in producing FRP concrete reinforcements. Brown basalt fiber reinforced polymer BFRP rebar and the white fiberglass GFRP rebar are now the only two “glass state” structural fibers officially recognized for concrete reinforcement.Naturally, occurring basalt has several advantages.As the single component required to produce continuous basalt fiber, the quarry process to collect basalt rock is inherently far smaller carbon footprint than mining a dozen minerals to produce man-made white silica based E-CR fiberglass.In addition, basalt is opaque so it blocks the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays naturally. Manmade white translucent fiberglass must be protected from UV light degradation.At a base fiber level, the strength and durability glass state boron free basalt fiber enjoys over man assembled white fiberglass is the result of heat, pressure, and thousands of years of mixing mother nature put into the recipe to form the basalt rock.Yes, manmade white E (electric) glass can be produced without the toxic mineral boron, its labeled E-CR (corrosion resistant).  Basalt rock is naturally boron free and clearly basalt is time proven to remain “rock solid” standing today when all other minerals have long since eroded away.  In a “glass state,” both basalt and silicate glass are inorganic materials. During fiber production both receive a “size” coating(s) generically called a “sizing” process. This coating is something less than 100 μm (stands for “micrometer” also called a “micron” which is one-millionths of a meter or 0.000039 of an inch). This ultra-thin coat of “size” preforms to protect the fiber as it acts as the coupling agent to provide the load linkage to glass state fibers at a molecular level called a “covalent bond”.  Not only does “size” become part of the fiber to seal and protect, the sizing process also extends a molecular chain with a dispersant to which organic resin such as epoxy resin will crosslink there by further to seal off and enhancing durability against fiber damage from the environment for hundreds of years.Clearly, compared to rusty steel modern Fiber Reinforced Polymers are a paradigm shift enhancement to the reinforcement of our concrete infrastructure.          RockMesh® another RAW® brand non-rusting FRP reinforcement Continuous Basalt fiber GeoMesh / Grid Biaxial orientated continuous basalt glass fiber with saline / silicone sizing and PVC emulsion coating designed for direct placement in soil, concrete or asphalts (Manufacture makes no warranties as to this material being appropriate for every application that might be encountered)   Specifications:  BFRP GeoMesh RAW® brand RockMesh®  model 90-90 KN 1 ½” x 1 ½” open window, triple tendon warp and weft, 5/16- 3/8 bar, 380 gm2 design for optimal reinforcement passing aggregates commonly used in pump mix, for structural reinforcing and crack mitigation of pervious concrete and concrete spray such as Shotcrete or Gunite Test results from: Production Batch No: LY-07-22-2015 Date of Manufacture: 07-22-2015                                        As designed  As tested  A        B                    C                        D                  E                   F                Average            RockMesh® introductionContinuous Basalt fiber geogrid is a BFRP reinforcement based on basalt fiber in a glass state woven cloth coated with modified PVC,it was developed to address the problem of pavement cracking on highways, roads and runways, driven by a need to reduce cost for infrastructure maintenance and repair.It is characterized by high tensile strength in axial and lateral directions; a very low stretch rate almost perfectly matching the natural stretch and expansion of Portland based concrete, high natural resistance to alkali, low temperature- resistance, as well as superior handling and cutting convenience in construction and low price. It can be used on concrete and or pitch pavement to prevent cracks and prolong pavement service life. It also can be used as areinforcement material for hillsides, reservoirs, harbors, ports, water channels, seawalls, swimming pools and in both new or the restoration of deteriorating reinforced concrete infrastructure. --- Reinforcement for road pavement--- Reinforcement of “Pervious” concrete--- Reinforcement for railway basement--- Reinforcement for Tunnel--- Reinforcement for Slope--- Reinforcement for embankment ---Soft soil reinforcement, improve road whole bearing capacity   and prevent crack

RAW MATERIALS CORP

RAW MATERIALS CORP - Glass state continuous basalt fiber is time proven durable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. Despite their obvious color difference, golden brown continuous basalt fiber produced from naturally occurring volcanic basalt roc Basalt Fiber, Splash Zone, Raw Energy, Raw Materials, Dna, Sustainability, How To Remove, Ocean, Rock

RAW MATERIALS CORP - Glass state continuous basalt fiber is time proven durable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. Despite their obvious color difference,  golden brown continuous basalt fiber produced from naturally occurring volcanic basalt rock and man-made white silica fiberglass are chemically very similar blends of common quarry minerals.  ACI (American Concrete Institute) recognizes FRP (fiber reinforced polymers) for use as concrete reinforcements.  The June 2016 official printing of AC-454 now labels continuous basalt fiber and a special manmade fiberglass E-CR (corrosion resistant) fiberglass as sufficiently similar in overall performance as to be interchangeable for use in producing FRP concrete reinforcements. Brown basalt fiber reinforced polymer BFRP rebar and the white fiberglass GFRP rebar are now the only two “glass state” structural fibers officially recognized for concrete reinforcement.Naturally, occurring basalt has several advantages.As the single component required to produce continuous basalt fiber, the quarry process to collect basalt rock is inherently far smaller carbon footprint than mining a dozen minerals to produce man-made white silica based E-CR fiberglass.In addition, basalt is opaque so it blocks the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays naturally. Manmade white translucent fiberglass must be protected from UV light degradation.At a base fiber level, the strength and durability glass state boron free basalt fiber enjoys over man assembled white fiberglass is the result of heat, pressure, and thousands of years of mixing mother nature put into the recipe to form the basalt rock.Yes, manmade white E (electric) glass can be produced without the toxic mineral boron, its labeled E-CR (corrosion resistant).  Basalt rock is naturally boron free and clearly basalt is time proven to remain “rock solid” standing today when all other minerals have long since eroded away.  In a “glass state,” both basalt and silicate glass are inorganic materials. During fiber production both receive a “size” coating(s) generically called a “sizing” process. This coating is something less than 100 μm (stands for “micrometer” also called a “micron” which is one-millionths of a meter or 0.000039 of an inch). This ultra-thin coat of “size” preforms to protect the fiber as it acts as the coupling agent to provide the load linkage to glass state fibers at a molecular level called a “covalent bond”.  Not only does “size” become part of the fiber to seal and protect, the sizing process also extends a molecular chain with a dispersant to which organic resin such as epoxy resin will crosslink there by further to seal off and enhancing durability against fiber damage from the environment for hundreds of years.Clearly, compared to rusty steel modern Fiber Reinforced Polymers are a paradigm shift enhancement to the reinforcement of our concrete infrastructure.          RockMesh® another RAW® brand non-rusting FRP reinforcement Continuous Basalt fiber GeoMesh / Grid Biaxial orientated continuous basalt glass fiber with saline / silicone sizing and PVC emulsion coating designed for direct placement in soil, concrete or asphalts (Manufacture makes no warranties as to this material being appropriate for every application that might be encountered)   Specifications:  BFRP GeoMesh RAW® brand RockMesh®  model 90-90 KN 1 ½” x 1 ½” open window, triple tendon warp and weft, 5/16- 3/8 bar, 380 gm2 design for optimal reinforcement passing aggregates commonly used in pump mix, for structural reinforcing and crack mitigation of pervious concrete and concrete spray such as Shotcrete or Gunite Test results from: Production Batch No: LY-07-22-2015 Date of Manufacture: 07-22-2015                                        As designed  As tested  A        B                    C                        D                  E                   F                Average            RockMesh® introductionContinuous Basalt fiber geogrid is a BFRP reinforcement based on basalt fiber in a glass state woven cloth coated with modified PVC,it was developed to address the problem of pavement cracking on highways, roads and runways, driven by a need to reduce cost for infrastructure maintenance and repair.It is characterized by high tensile strength in axial and lateral directions; a very low stretch rate almost perfectly matching the natural stretch and expansion of Portland based concrete, high natural resistance to alkali, low temperature- resistance, as well as superior handling and cutting convenience in construction and low price. It can be used on concrete and or pitch pavement to prevent cracks and prolong pavement service life. It also can be used as areinforcement material for hillsides, reservoirs, harbors, ports, water channels, seawalls, swimming pools and in both new or the restoration of deteriorating reinforced concrete infrastructure. --- Reinforcement for road pavement--- Reinforcement of “Pervious” concrete--- Reinforcement for railway basement--- Reinforcement for Tunnel--- Reinforcement for Slope--- Reinforcement for embankment ---Soft soil reinforcement, improve road whole bearing capacity   and prevent crack

RAW MATERIALS CORP

RAW MATERIALS CORP - Glass state continuous basalt fiber is time proven durable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. Despite their obvious color difference, golden brown continuous basalt fiber produced from naturally occurring volcanic basalt roc Basalt Fiber, Raw Energy, Marine Environment, Raw Materials, Dna, Sustainability, Rock, Nature, The Body

RAW MATERIALS CORP - Glass state continuous basalt fiber is time proven durable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly. Despite their obvious color difference,  golden brown continuous basalt fiber produced from naturally occurring volcanic basalt rock and man-made white silica fiberglass are chemically very similar blends of common quarry minerals.  ACI (American Concrete Institute) recognizes FRP (fiber reinforced polymers) for use as concrete reinforcements.  The June 2016 official printing of AC-454 now labels continuous basalt fiber and a special manmade fiberglass E-CR (corrosion resistant) fiberglass as sufficiently similar in overall performance as to be interchangeable for use in producing FRP concrete reinforcements. Brown basalt fiber reinforced polymer BFRP rebar and the white fiberglass GFRP rebar are now the only two “glass state” structural fibers officially recognized for concrete reinforcement.Naturally, occurring basalt has several advantages.As the single component required to produce continuous basalt fiber, the quarry process to collect basalt rock is inherently far smaller carbon footprint than mining a dozen minerals to produce man-made white silica based E-CR fiberglass.In addition, basalt is opaque so it blocks the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays naturally. Manmade white translucent fiberglass must be protected from UV light degradation.At a base fiber level, the strength and durability glass state boron free basalt fiber enjoys over man assembled white fiberglass is the result of heat, pressure, and thousands of years of mixing mother nature put into the recipe to form the basalt rock.Yes, manmade white E (electric) glass can be produced without the toxic mineral boron, its labeled E-CR (corrosion resistant).  Basalt rock is naturally boron free and clearly basalt is time proven to remain “rock solid” standing today when all other minerals have long since eroded away.  In a “glass state,” both basalt and silicate glass are inorganic materials. During fiber production both receive a “size” coating(s) generically called a “sizing” process. This coating is something less than 100 μm (stands for “micrometer” also called a “micron” which is one-millionths of a meter or 0.000039 of an inch). This ultra-thin coat of “size” preforms to protect the fiber as it acts as the coupling agent to provide the load linkage to glass state fibers at a molecular level called a “covalent bond”.  Not only does “size” become part of the fiber to seal and protect, the sizing process also extends a molecular chain with a dispersant to which organic resin such as epoxy resin will crosslink there by further to seal off and enhancing durability against fiber damage from the environment for hundreds of years.Clearly, compared to rusty steel modern Fiber Reinforced Polymers are a paradigm shift enhancement to the reinforcement of our concrete infrastructure.          RockMesh® another RAW® brand non-rusting FRP reinforcement Continuous Basalt fiber GeoMesh / Grid Biaxial orientated continuous basalt glass fiber with saline / silicone sizing and PVC emulsion coating designed for direct placement in soil, concrete or asphalts (Manufacture makes no warranties as to this material being appropriate for every application that might be encountered)   Specifications:  BFRP GeoMesh RAW® brand RockMesh®  model 90-90 KN 1 ½” x 1 ½” open window, triple tendon warp and weft, 5/16- 3/8 bar, 380 gm2 design for optimal reinforcement passing aggregates commonly used in pump mix, for structural reinforcing and crack mitigation of pervious concrete and concrete spray such as Shotcrete or Gunite Test results from: Production Batch No: LY-07-22-2015 Date of Manufacture: 07-22-2015                                        As designed  As tested  A        B                    C                        D                  E                   F                Average            RockMesh® introductionContinuous Basalt fiber geogrid is a BFRP reinforcement based on basalt fiber in a glass state woven cloth coated with modified PVC,it was developed to address the problem of pavement cracking on highways, roads and runways, driven by a need to reduce cost for infrastructure maintenance and repair.It is characterized by high tensile strength in axial and lateral directions; a very low stretch rate almost perfectly matching the natural stretch and expansion of Portland based concrete, high natural resistance to alkali, low temperature- resistance, as well as superior handling and cutting convenience in construction and low price. It can be used on concrete and or pitch pavement to prevent cracks and prolong pavement service life. It also can be used as areinforcement material for hillsides, reservoirs, harbors, ports, water channels, seawalls, swimming pools and in both new or the restoration of deteriorating reinforced concrete infrastructure. --- Reinforcement for road pavement--- Reinforcement of “Pervious” concrete--- Reinforcement for railway basement--- Reinforcement for Tunnel--- Reinforcement for Slope--- Reinforcement for embankment ---Soft soil reinforcement, improve road whole bearing capacity   and prevent crack

RAW MATERIALS CORP