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Fiber sheet bonding method

1. Overview

The continuous fiber sheet bonding method is a construction method for improving the load bearing performance of structures by reinforcing them with a continuous fiber sheet made from materials such as carbon fiber, which is stronger and lighter than steel. This method is used for bridge reinforcement in a broad range of areas, including main girder, floor slab and cross beam reinforcement, substructure and beam reinforcement, and bridge pier seismic reinforcement.


2. Key Features

The continuous fiber sheet bonding method is an excellent reinforcement option which enables application of lightweight, strong materials by hand, without the need for equipment such as heavy machinery,  to structures of varying shapes and with very little restriction due to working space.


3. Our Construction

  • Miyako-ohashi Bridge repair work (PC girder reinforcement)

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