ISO 18319-2:2022

International Standard   Current Edition
Approved on  17 January 2022

Fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) reinforcement for concrete structures — Part 2: Specifications of CFRP strips

Concrete structures
Including the repair and protection of concrete products and structures
Concrete and concrete products
Including admixtures

ISO 18319-2:2022 Files

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ISO 18319-2:2022 Scope

This document specifies requirements for unidirectional carbon fibre-reinforced polymer (CFRP) strips as external-bonded reinforcements on the concrete substrate. This document is applicable for the CFRP strips that:

—    consist of carbon fibre and thermoset resin;

—    are manufactured by pultrusion method;

—    have a carbon fibre fraction over 60 % by volume; and

—    have a thickness within 3 mm.

This document specifies the methodologies to express the mechanical properties as characteristic values, appearance and dimensions, and sampling test.

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