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Bidirectional carbon fiber cloth

  The bidirectional carbon fiber cloth is a kind of fiber reinforcement material, which is made of carbon fiber and knited by carbon fiber tows in warp and weft direction. It is light, thin, soft, high strength and aging resistance,it’s suitable for concrete crack reinforcement and piping reinforcement.

  The application advantages of the bidirectional carbon fiber cloth are as the following: high strength, tensile strength is ten times of the ordinary steel ; corrosion resistance and durability, chemical properties of materials is very stable, it does not react with acid and alkali salt and other chemical substances; it does not increase the size and weight, it can not increase the load before the completion of repair needs provided for construction; the fiber reinforced material is a kind of flexible material, light and thin, and can be cut arbitrarily; two-way force from the original structure and shape restrictions, it can fit complex shape parts surface; imported raw materials, advanced production technology, production process and inspection standards,quality assurance.

  The application of the bidirectional carbon fiber cloth : irregular bridges for a variety of purposes, structure crack repair and reinforcement; suitable for various purposes, materials and shapes of pipeline defect repair, pipeline corrosion, the weak position of lateral reinforcement; it is suitable for industrial plants, buildings, schools, hospitals and other civil buildings reinforcement crack repair; water conservancy, nuclear power and energy infrastructure reinforcement.

  Bidirectional carbon fiber cloth construction process: construction preparation→surface treatment of concrete→preparation and brushing the bottom glue→uneven surface flattening→bidirectional cloth is pasted →curing→surface protection.

  Bidirectional carbon fiber cloth for metal pipe construction process : cleaning the surface of the steel pipe→lining the reinforcement area→filing the defective parts→coating the bottom glue →uneven surface flattening→bidirectional cloth soaking in resin→curing→trench backfill or surface protection.