Fiberglass reinforcements for concrete structures, Soft-Eye technique

Fiberglass reinforcements for concrete structures, Soft-Eye technique

Sireg Geotech designs and manufactures temporary fiberglass reinforcements for concrete structures. DURGLASS reinforced structures can be easily bored by the TBM (Tunnel Boring Machines). This technique is known as “Soft-Eye”. Tunnel excavation using Tunnelling Boring Machines (TBM, EPB, Mixshield etc) has significantly expanded over the last decade. One of the most serious challenges faced by…

Glasspree® Glassfiber rebars for construction

Glasspree® Glassfiber rebars for construction

Glasspree® products are glassfiber rebars for construction. They are made of fiberglass core and vinylester resin matrix and they are engineered to be used in permanent applications. Fiber-reinforced polymer composites are used in substitution for steel as reinforcement of concrete structural elements for the peculiar characteristic of not being susceptible to corrosion phenomena. This property…

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…

2017 – Glasspree Rebars, TPG Chardon, Switzerland

2017 – Glasspree Rebars, Railway, Athens

2017 – Glasspree Rebars, pool, Austria

2017 – Durglass Cages, Grand Paris Project, France

2012 – Seawage Step project, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

2011 – Underground Metro Line 5, Milan, Italy

2010-2011 – Crossrail, London, UK

2010 – Underground Metro, Athens, Greece

2008 – Jenbach Tunnel, Austria

2006 – Malmo City Tunnel, Malmo, Sweeden

2005 – Underground Metro Line 9, Barcelona, Spain

2005 – MRT Singapore, Singapore

2003 – Kwu Tung Metro Station, Hong Kong