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HAVE YOU MADE THE STEEL-TO-COMPOSITE CONVERSION YET?

DEVCO specialises in the supply of sustainable, durable and cost-efficient basalt
composite and fibre-reinforced polymer materials for construction and garden use.

STEEL-TO-COMPOSITE CONVERSIONMesh Orlitech Composites

IRELAND’S SOLE AGENT FOR BASALT COMPOSITE REBAR AND FRP PROFILES

DEVCO provides two types of composite materials; basalt fibre materials (BFRP) and fibreglass fibre materials (GFRP). Our materials offer numerous advantages over steel, which has design limitations, is heavy, costly to transport and is susceptible to corrosion.

IRELAND’S SOLE AGENT FOR BASALT COMPOSITE REBAR AND FRP PROFILES

FRP BARS AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO STEEL BARS
Orlitech Reinforcement Steel Bars

ADVANTAGES OF DEVCO MATERIALS

PRODUCTS

Mesh

DEVCO composite mesh is designed to replace conventional metal mesh used for reinforcement of various construction structures.

Bars

DEVCO bars are BFRP or GFRP reinforcing bars that are designed for the support of prestressed and non-prestressed construction structures and components.

Garden Materials

We offer a wide range of weather resistant, eco-friendly and long-lasting garden materials.

Dowels

Composite dowels are used for fixing external insulation of various types of façade systems.

HOW IS IT MADE?

Basalt and composites
A composite is any material that consists of at least two major components with different physical properties. Our composite (FRP) reinforcement is made from a fibre reinforcement and composite binder. Composite rebars are manufactured by pultrusion.
Pultrusion is a process of continuous production of reinforcement
Pultrusion
Pultrusion is a process of continuous production of reinforcement of various shapes and lengths by pulling. The inlet material is a mixture of liquid resin and fibre reinforcement. The process involves pulling the material through a heated steel mould, sometimes filled with silica sand to increase the bond strength with the concrete and cutting to the desired length.