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, [...]
Ace Pipe Cleaning, Inc used basalt mesh in a recent pipe lining. Photos show a 75 inch diameter brick pipe where they installed a 2 inch 8,000 psi cementitious liner with basalt mesh geogrid between the first and second inch. They commented "The grid installation [...]
Beautiful tables and countertops from Diamond Finish Concrete Countertops showing a few projects using basalt reinforcement. Take a look at their Facebook page for their most current work.
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.
Photographs of two projects completed by Jayme Guokas of Craftwork Design in Philadelphia. A design firm who create customized living spaces and specilize in cast concrete countertops. Basalt rebar and basalt mesh were used in the construction of these beautiful countertops.
Basalt mesh being used in the construction of the Trinity Christian Center, Soldotna, Alaska. To quote Ray Ansel "A place to belong".
Solecol Inc from Quebec, Canada is combining advanced basalt mesh geogrid technology with lightweight glass aggregates to product Soledeck - decorative permeable pavers and tiles. Perfect for pedestrian traffic areas.
Eric Peterson uses basalt mesh reinforcement in a concrete countertop...
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, [...]
American Society of Civil Engineers Concrete Canoe National Competition: The Michigan Technology University's Concrete Canoe Team took first place in the Midwest Region and 8th place at the National competition in Tyler, Texas last month. They placed top 10 in all categories. Using basalt mesh [...]