- Low weight per unit mesh area
- Easy and flexible installation
- Small installation thickness
- easy to carry
- Easy cutting and molding
- In wet conditions, it is implemented with cement or lime-based concrete repair mortar
- Increasing shear and bending strength of reinforced concrete beams
- Increasing the bending strength of reinforced concrete slabs
- Increasing the shear strength of reinforced concrete walls
- Improving the ductility and resistance of masonry walls
- CFM ™ carbon mesh is produced in dimensions of 1.5*1.5, 4*3.54, 2.95*2.95 and 2.36*2.36 square inches and in weights of 65, 100, 130 and 200 grams respectively.
Carbon fiber mesh
Weight per unit area
Refer to the technical data sheet of the product.
How to prepare the substrate
At the time of CFM™ installation, the surface of the substrate must be free of all residues such as oil, grease, etc., which reduce adhesion.
Pour the repair mortar with a soft trowel and insert the CFM™ carbon fiber mesh up to a thickness of 3 mm.
Pour the second layer of repair mortar with a thickness of approximately 3 mm to completely cover the carbon mesh.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the use of carbon mesh?
Carbon fiber mesh may be used to reinforce a wide range of concrete, steel and masonry structural elements including columns, beams, slabs, walls.
What are the advantages of carbon mesh?
Low density with high tensile strength and high modulus - resistance to very high temperature in non-oxidizing environment - excellent electrical and thermal conductivity.
What is the advantage of carbon mesh compared to mesh with aramid fibers?
For frost resistance, the reinforcing effect of carbon fiber mesh is better than basalt fiber mesh and better than aramid fiber mesh.
How is the carbon mesh packaging?
CFM ™ carbon mesh is produced in dimensions of 1.5*1.5, 4*3.54, 2.95*2.95 and 3.36*2.36 square inches and in weights of 65, 100, 130 and 200 grams, respectively.