Durglass® bolts for excavation front

Durglass® bolts for excavation front

DURGLASS anchors and bolts are designed for temporary applications as for example the reinforcement of the tunnel excavation front and active or passive anchoring systems. Sireg’s composite products represent a valid alternative to steel, since they can be easily destroyed. Their shear strength, lower than that of steel, enables their demolition by means of the most common…

Durglass® active anchors and soilnailing

Durglass® active anchors and soilnailing

DURGLASS active and passive anchors are designed for temporary applications as for example the reinforcement of the tunnel excavation front, active or passive anchoring systems and slope stabilisation. GFRP represent a valid alternative to steel, since they can be easily destroyed. Due to the low shear strength the demolition by means of the common excavation…

Durglass SD® self-drilling rods

Durglass SD® self-drilling rods

DURGLASS SD® fiberglass self-drilling rods are particularly suitable for applications in the mining sector. They are supplied in standard diameters of 28mm and 32mm and lengths of 3-4-6 meters, with all the necessary accessories (nuts, washers, etc.) made of either synthetic or composite material, aluminum or steel. The advantages of the glass fiber self-drilling rods…

Durglass® glass fiber meshes and connectors

Durglass® glass fiber meshes and connectors

Durglass® glass fiber meshes and connectors can replace normal electro welded wire meshes wherever low weight, safe demolition, transparency to electromagnetic fields, high durability and certain flexibility of installation are required. Durglass® glass fiber meshes are used as structural reinforcement of masonry elements subject to yielding and/or cracking. They are particularly suited to be used in mines, thanks to their high…

2016 -730 kN GFRP Multistrip Anchor, Israel

2013 – Mina San Francisco, Ecuador

2011 – Road reinforcement, Qatar, Doha

2010 – Tour Odeon, Montecarlo, France

2009 – Underground Metro Lyon, France

2007-2011 – Toulun Tunnel, Toulun, France

2007 – Blanka Tunnel, Czech Republic