Our basalt volcanic rock fibers are a stronger and longer lasting alternative to fiberglass, carbon fibers or Aramids. They are a natural, greener alternative, that is safer and has superior properties. Higher impact resistant basalt fibers are pultruded filaments of rock fibers just like [...]
Our hearts go out to those who lost loved ones and properties in the recent horrible tornado event in Arkansas and Kentucky and Tennessee. Building back with homes and businesses made in dome type shapes of advanced concretes reinforced with basalt volcanic rock fiber rebars, [...]
First off we want to express our shock at the recent building collapse in Miami FL and our deepest condolences to the families and friends of those lost in this tragic incident. Steel and Portland cement concrete and saltwater do NOT mix. Over time chloride [...]
As read on www.prslprosoccer.com/the-stadiums/, LigaPro and Puerto Rico Soccer League plan to design and build football infrastructures throughout Puerto Rico to resist Cat 5 hurricanes and magnitude 7 earthquakes. The buildings will serve a dual purpose as shelters for the community in times of need. [...]
This basalt reinforced cement structure provides a 1000 sq. ft. interior space suitable for residence or studio. The thin shell curvature and super-strong reinforced structure can support a sod roof for xerobic landscaping or gardening.
Check out our new basalt rebar featuring a unique wrap. Available in diameters 4mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 14mm, 16mm, 18mm, 20mm and 25mm. 4mm to 12mm are packed in 100 meter coils. Larger diameters come in 10ft lengths. 8mm, 10mm and 12mm Basalt Rebar [...]
Basalt mesh being used in the construction of the Trinity Christian Center, Soldotna, Alaska. To quote Ray Ansel "A place to belong".
Lifeline domes uses Basalt fiber meshes as their choice reinforcement material. Strong, flexible, resilient and resistant to chemicals and bacterial or microbial growth, basalt mesh is easy to cut and apply. It is super light while being super strong. Non-conductive, safe and incredibly long lasting, [...]
All along the beach in Newport, RI there is evidence of what happens when steel is used to reinforce concrete. Good for a short time and then the galvanic reactions occur. Spalling as it is called, pops large chunks of concrete apart. Especially [...]
I have the idea that concrete tiny homes can be a FAR superior option to wood stick frames currently being built. Today's new concretes are much thinner and lighter and stronger than those of old. Add reinforcement with basalt rebars, basalt meshes, basalt twine and [...]