Composite mesh
Designed to replace traditional galvanized or stainless steel mesh for building objects reinforcement, for installing warm and industrial floors, for plastering.

It is made of fiberglass bars in two mutually perpendicular directions with reliable fixation in the contact node with thermoplastic material
Composite mesh applications
What properties does composite reinforcement have?
Corrosion and chemical resistance
No fear of chemical impact and moisture, which affects the durability of the use of materials, and the possibility of their use at any time of the year
Does not form "thermal bridges", which improves the thermal insulation parameters of the construction site
Low thermal conductivity
Even in severe frosts, composite reinforcement does not lose its properties. The temperature threshold for use ranges from -70°С to +100°С
Heat resistance
The lack of need for welding simplifies the installation — with wire-tying reinforcement, any worker can handle it with a minimum set of tools
Easy to install
Dielectric, no radio interference
Does not conduct electricity and does not interfere with the spread of the signal of mobile phones and the Internet
Tensile strength
The tensile strength of composite rods and mesh is 3 times higher than that of a similar steel product
Shear strength
The shear strength of the composite mesh rods is the same as that of the similar steel products
Comparison of composite and metal mesh
Characteristics of materials
Metal mesh from wire Vr-1 GOST 23279
Composite mesh SIREP
570
BREAKING STRENGTH, MPA

1200
720
BREAKING REINFORCEMENT OF RODS, KGS

760
56
COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY

0,46
2220
WEIGHT OF UNIT AREA, G/M2

360
Up to 600°С
RESISTANCE TO FIRE

Maximumf fire safety*,
more than 300 ° С
Electroconductive
ELECTROCONDUCTIVITY
Dielectric
Magnetoinert
MAGNETIC CHARACTERISTICS
Magnetizes
Heat-conductive
THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
Non-heat-conductive
Susceptible to corrosion
CORROSION AND CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
High corrosion and chemical resistance
* according to research by the Norwegian Institute
Documents and certificates
The Composite mesh SIREP has passed all certification tests and confirmed its compliance with the TC (Technical conditions) requirements, as well as with GOST R 2019. Polymer composite mesh for reinforcing brickwork and GOST R 57265−2016 / EN 846−3: 2013. Reinforcing mesh for masonry
Conformity Certificate for fiberglass mesh
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