Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP)
Fabric strengthening systems, also known as fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) systems, are made up of symmetric woven or stitched carbon and glass fiber fabrics. This one-of-a-kind combination makes this a versatile material for a variety of applications, including confinement, shear, and seismic upgrading and strengthening of weak concrete, masonry, natural stone, and timber structures. Structural applications include confinement, shear strengthening, seismic strengthening and weak substrate strengthening. S-BR craftsmen and technology experts are guaranteed to promise expertise, while providing efficient FRP suggestions. In addition, S-BR has partnered with strengthening systems, which are tested to ensure long-term performance, durability, and strength. The S-BR team are experts in the design and installation of FRP.
Enlargement and Overlay Systems
There are numerous factors for increasing or trying to restore structural capacity of structures. Some situations include code changes, seismic upgrades, changes in use, deficiencies within the structure caused by errors in design or construction, or loss of capacity due to corrosion. With extension and overlay systems, S-BR manufacturers compromise the specially designed reinforcement systems, combined with high flow concrete to create a further reinforced concrete layer. To achieve monolithic concrete enlargement, we perform surface preparation, specialized materials and compressed shapes to increase or restore the carrying capacity. S-BR’s expertise will be involved with ensuring the installation of appropriate overlay systems.
Micro-Reinforced Concrete System
Micro Reinforced Concrete Systems are high-performance stabilizing and force protection solutions that are designed to withstand extreme loads and absorb energy. They are excellent for structures that need to boost their weight limit, ballistic resistance, or impact resistance. These systems can be tailored to match the exact performance needs of a project. Micro-reinforced concrete systems have many advantages:
Ability to change the design and physical attributes of a product to match project specifications
The performance-to-thickness ratio is high.
It’s possible to apply it as thin as 12 inches.
The simplicity of construction enables its application in a wide range of design specifications, dimensions, and orientations.
Methods of application flexibility (both in-situ and precast)
When it comes to solidifying technology and protection solutions, S-BR craftsmen will promise expertise can be applied on existing structural components, by having partnered with different manufacturers, to guarantee the promised results.
Supplemental Steel Systems
Composite steel deck slabs have been successfully used in buildings with short spans and model loads without further reinforcement. Reinforcing bars are a cost-effective way to make composite slabs deeper and steel decks thicker as slab spans extend or slab design loads increase. Supplemental fortification, when properly constructed, allows light, slender composite slabs to span greater distances, resulting in more open interior spaces. This is in addition to the benefits of typical composite slabs, such as faster construction and lower costs. The expertise and technology that S-BR has to offer our clients are guaranteed successful when it comes to applying supplemental steel systems, ensuring a stronger foundation of the company’s building.
Epoxy resins have relatively high tensile resistance and compressive resistance to concrete. They are generally considered to be ‘rigid’ ingredients and are widely used for structural repairs by injecting cracks and vacuums into structures or elements that carry reinforced concrete. Its low viscosity allows excellent absorption and strong adhesion to concrete, ensuring permanent, lasting transport of load. Epoxy resin materials are suitable for many different requirements for structural injection and for applications in dry to slightly damp conditions. Craftsmen from S-BR will provide the technology and expertise, as well as a variety of polymers. We can assist decision makers in selecting the best option, as well as the appropriate quantity.
External and Internal Post-tensioning Systems (Bonded and Un-Bonded Systems)
Post-tensioning is ideal for situations which require substantial load capacity increases, or handling with excessive deflection. These systems are made up of high-strength steel reinforcement that is attached to the structure at anchor points. The uplift force can be manipulated by varying the profile of the tendons to achieve various levels of capability advancement. Tendons in external post-tensioning systems are installed outside the structural element, but they may be placed in reinforced ducts to improve durability and/or fire resistance. Internal Post-Tensioning systems are typically installed into existing members via core drilling or other methods. These methods focus on the structural element itself, or a new enlargement, and provide the necessary durability and fire protection. S-BR have a well-deserved reputation for quality, dependability, and durability; to be able to construct, rebuild, and strengthen special structures.
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