The project for the construction of a plant with a capacity of 5,000 tons of continuous basalt fiber per year will produce final products in the form of construction materials, for example: Up to 43,000,000 rm of re-bars (Ø10mm), or Up to 18,000,000 rm ofor Up to 2 or
The project envisages the production of basalt fiber, roving and products on their basis. This product is the basis for the release of a number of composite materials that can replace metal, wood, plastics and other common materials, in order to exceed them on a number of characteristics.
Phases of creation of production on release of continuous basalt fiber (CBF) and products on based basalt fibre Specialists from Global Basalt Engineering Company make use of the latest design methods based on an integrated approach, separately thrashing through each stage extensively from the basalt raw materials base to obtaining the final composite product.
The diagram of the production process of basalt continuous fiber Description of the production process The basalt raw material is reduced to fractures 5 ~ 20 mm in dimension→ the basalt fractions are fed by the charging conveyer (1) to the melting furnace (2
Lipex Engineering GmbH (Munich, Germany) recently finalized a contract to build a turnkey plant for production of basalt fibers in Russia. The production plant will be built on the territory of Gukovo in Rostov Oblast, Russia, and is expected to be completed within the next two years.
Lipex Engineering GmbH (Munich, Germany) recently completed a contract to establish a turnkey plant in Russia for the production of basalt fiber. The production plant will be built on the territory of Gukovo, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, and is expected to be completed within the next two years.
23/4/2019· In June 2019, Germany-based Lipex Engineering GmbH announced plans to build a new basalt fiber production plant in Russia. In May 2019, a basalt fiber composite design won the NASA 3D Printed Habitat Challenge.
An Overview: Basalt Rock Fibers New Construction Material. Glass, carbon, and polyamide fibers are commonly used in manufacturing the reinforcing bars for concrete applications. Recent developments in fiber production technology allow the making of basalt fiber which is made from basalt rock.
The manufacture of basalt fibre requires the melting of the quarried basalt rock to about 1400 C, this is then extruded through small nozzles to produce continuous filaments of basalt fibre. There are three main manufacturing techniques, which are centrifugal-blowing, centrifugal-multiroll and die-blowing.