Developments in GRP Reinforcing

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Build Tech Supplies Pty Ltd

When

Thursday, 22 August 2019
3:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Where

Derwent Sailing Squadron
23 Marieville Esp , Sandy Bay TAS 7005

Overview

The use of GFRP re-bar. Considerations for use, and broad design considerations. Projects and have benefited from and those future projects likely to benefit from the use of GFRP.

Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) re-bar is an economical alternative to steel reinforcing, particularly stainless steel and galvanised steel. GFRP is electromagnetically transparent, high strength, robust, lightweight and cuttable. It is particularly efficient in aggressive or corrosive environments such as marine structures, sewerage treatment and chemical plants. GFRP allows designers to reduce concrete coverage, avoid admixtures, and remove requirements for cathode/anode treatments. In these aggressive environments capital costs and whole of life will often be reduced. 

Prices

Presenters

Mr. Ian Cumming
Director - IRC PTY LTD

Topics

Developments in GRP Reinforcing 

Program

3.30 pm Registration Commences
4.00 pm Welcome & Introduction
4.15 pm Commencement of Speaker Presentations
6.00 pm Networking and Light Refreshments

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