Specially designed non-corrosive reinforcements for critical infrastructure projects

Hydraulic structures are essential components in managing and controlling water resources. Designed to withstand harsh environmental conditions, hydraulic structures play a crucial role in water supply, flood control, navigation, and energy generation.

The use of advanced materials, such as non-metallic reinforcement, enhances the durability, safety, and efficiency of these structures, ensuring their long-term performance and sustainability.

Non-metallic reinforcement is increasingly used in various critical infrastructure projects due to its superior properties, including high tensile strength, corrosion resistance, and lightweight nature.


These characteristics make non-metallic reinforcement ideal for the following applications:

  • Pumping Stations: Enhances durability and reduces maintenance in corrosive environments.
  • Hydroelectric Power Stations: Provides long-lasting reinforcement in water-exposed structures.
  • Dams: Ensures structural integrity and longevity under high stress and water pressure.
  • Locks / Ship Lifts: Prevents corrosion in constantly wet conditions, extending operational life.
  • Canals and River Canals: Maintains structural performance and resists chemical degradation.
  • Harbor / Quay Walls: Offers robust reinforcement against marine corrosion and heavy loads.
  • Pontoons / Piers / Jetties: Lightweight and corrosion-resistant, ideal for this marine applications.
  • Offshore Facilities: Provides reliable reinforcement in harsh oceanic environments.

By utilizing non-metallic reinforcement in these applications, engineers can significantly enhance the durability, sustainability, and maintenance efficiency of critical infrastructure projects.