Concrete Repair

Concrete is a fantastic material that has quite literally built much of our country’s infrastructure today. That being said, it’s not a perfect material and is still subject to deterioration. Our carbon fiber concrete repair kits are the best way to remedy this and prevent future cases of concrete deterioration.

As a non-corrosive product, Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) can handle a near-limitless level of environmental pressure. Its physical and mechanical properties are perfectly suited for strengthening the flexural, shear, compressive, fatigue, seismic, wind, crack, and deflection control of any given structure. This makes it ideal for wrapping bridges, foundations, and even sea walls, as the corresponding conditions will not take any toll on the carbon fiber itself. In turn, this means that the foundations and buildings will not experience punishment from these conditions either, as they will be heavily protected by such a strong and impervious substance.

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CFRP can be used for crack prevention, crack reduction, beam strengthening, seismic upgrading, strengthening after structural modifications, pre-stressed conditions, and so much more. Our carbon fiber concrete repair kits are not only perfect for such situations, but they are also better to use than alternative materials for several reasons. Among these reasons are that carbon fiber is acid resistant, lightweight, and easy to handle and install.

The process for carbon fiber concrete repair and strengthening is incredibly convenient, as it does not require the use of any large-scale equipment and only needs small electric tools to get the job done. This means that less labor is needed to create a faster result in construction. From an economic and social standpoint, there are many benefits to using CFRP reinforcement and repair technology. Whether it is for repairing the concrete of a huge skyscraper on a commercial scale or a personal home on an individual scale, using CFRP is simply the smartest move to make on your next project.

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