Rebar Machines

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We (SVS Hydraulics Introduce ourselves as a leading manufacturer of REBAR PULTRUSION MACHINES, Hydraulic Cylinders, Power Packs, Pultrusion Machines, Pultrusion Dies, Mobile Hoarding Vehicles, Material Handling Equipments, etc–Ours is an ISO 9001-2015 Certified Company. We have full-fledged manufacturing facilities at our works situated at Jeedimetla, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.

We are supported by a team of qualified and experienced Engineers who have wide exposure in handling a variety of equipments, designing and manufacturing of Automation systems based on Hydraulics and Pneumatics. Based on our vast exposure to different kind of equipments, we can offer customized solution for any kind of Hydraulic, Pneumatic and Material handling problems.

It gives us immense pleasure to introduce our self’s the first and only manufacturer for Pultrusion Machine in India. We have gone into manufacturing of Pultrusion Machines since 2002.

We have indigenously developed hydraulically operated reciprocating Pultrusion Machine first time in India our Machines are already in function from 2002 very successfully. We started our export to Central America, Nigeria, Brazil, Hungary, Iraq  this has been commissioned and operating well to the at most satisfaction of the costumer and we are expecting repeat order from them. We are in process of export orders in Europe, Russia too.

Please give us an opportunity to serve for your requirement. We assure you that we live up to your expectations in quality and delivery schedules. Please found for more details at our Website (for our product range).


SVSHPL strives to help and develop processes and designs to keep the composite industry moving forward. SVSHPL feels that by training and delivering the best machinery on the market, we can help grow the composite industry worldwide. If we cannot help with our years of knowledge in this industry, we can certainly send a customer in the right direction. We do not try to sell machinery or services to every customer. We try to help evaluate production requirements and investment payoffs.


Introduction To Composites

A composite product provides a designed solution that surpasses the performance of the starting materials.

What Are Composites?

Composites are engineered products made from two or more different materials.  A composite product provides a designed solution that surpasses the performance of the starting materials.  While there are many variations of composites, the most common engineered composite materials are fiber reinforced polymers (FRP).

What are the Advantages of FRP Composites?
The benefits of using composite materials include:

  • High Strength
  • Light Weight
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Dimensional Stability
  • Design Flexibility
  • Durability

Where are composites found?
Composites are used to raise performance levels, address traditional material design limitations, and enable the development of new product solutions.  Composite materials are found in many of the products used in our daily lives, such as cars and trucks, bath tubs and counter tops, boats and windmills.  Composites are also used in many critical industrial, infrastructure, aerospace, and military applications.

What are composites made from?
The term composite can describe many types of engineered materials, but the most common engineered composite materials are fiber reinforced polymers (FRP).  FRP is often comprised of a reinforcing fiber in a polymer matrix.

  • The reinforcing fiber is commonly glass fiber, although high strength aramids, plant based fibers and carbon fibers are used in some applications.
  • The polymer matrix is typically a thermosetting binder resin.  Polyester, vinyl ester, and epoxy chemistries are the most predominately utilized binders.  Polymer selection is driven by end use application characteristics, such as corrosion considerations, cosmetic requirements, operating temperatures, and fabrication requirements.
  • Pigment, filler and granule materials can also be used to modify cost, performance and appearance characteristics of the composite part.

How are composite products made?
To form a composite part, the liquid polymer binder resin is combined with the fiber and filler materials.  The polymer is then converted from a liquid to a solid during a heat and chemistry driven molding process, encapsulating the fibers and fillers into a specific shape.

There are many processes available for fabricating composite parts.  The fabrication methods range from very simple and low cost direct molding operations to complex processes and equipment operations.  The process selected to fabricate the composite part is dependent upon factors such as the quantity of parts to be produced, the design requirements, part complexity and surface appearance.

Composites offer high strength, low weight, durability and design flexibility

Why Use Composites?

Composites, especially Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) composites, offer many advantages compared to traditional materials:

  • High strength:FRP composites are very effective in providing high strength components. They can be designed to provide a specific range of mechanical properties, including tensile, flexural, impact and compressive strengths.  Composite parts designed with oriented reinforcement can provide additional strength, directional strength, or flexural properties at desired locations within a single part.
  • Lightweight:FRP composites have a higher specific strength than most materials used in similar applications.  They can deliver more strength per weight than most metal alloys.
  • Corrosion Resistance:FRP composites do not rust or corrode.  There are various resin binder systems available which provide long-term resistance to most chemical and temperature environments.  Properly designed FRP composites parts have long service life and minimum maintenance compared to traditional building materials.
  • Durability:How long do composites last? Often, over fifty years and still counting.  FRP composite technology is “new” compared to the materials that it often replaces, such as concrete, steel and wood, so the full life span for many composite components is still being developed.  However, there are many cases of FRP composite boats, tanks and other products that are in use after more than 50 years of service life!  (Composite Durability overview)
  • Design Flexibility:FRP composites can be fabricated into virtually any shape.  An application can be complex in configuration, large or small, structural, decorative, or a combination of these.  Composites free designers to try new concepts, from prototype to production.
  • Parts Consolidation:Because of the design and fabrication flexibility of composites, single composite parts can replace complex assemblies units of multiple fasteners/parts that are produced with traditional materials such as wood, steel and aluminum.
  • Dimensional Stability:FRP composites maintain their shape and functionality even under severe mechanical and environmental stresses.  FRP composites typically do not exhibit the “cold-creep” characteristics of thermoplastics.
  • High Dielectric Strength:FRP composites have excellent electrical insulating properties, making them an obvious choice for components in current carrying applications.
  • Low Thermal Conductivity: FRP composites are naturally poor conductors, which makes them great for applications such as window lineals, door skins, exterior cladding and other products where insulation is important.  However, thermally conductive or electrically conductive materials can be incorporated into the composite part if high thermal or electrical conductivity is required.
  • Elevated Temperature Service:Composite parts fabricated utilizing appropriate polymer binder and filler technology perform very well in high temperature applications.

Composites reduce environmental impact by direct applications and through functional applications.

Composites & Sustainability

Many of the properties that make FRP composites the preferred material of choice for performance reasons also result in a more sustainable material.  These properties include:

  • Durability, requiring less frequent maintenance and replacement
  • Resistance to rot and corrosion, resulting in a longer service life
  • Low weight, resulting in lower impact transportation and/or installation by reducing the size of equipment needed for installation
  • Insulating, providing energy savings during use

Composites can contribute to reducing environmental impact by direct application and through functional applications.

Direct contribution can be seen in applications that reduce energy requirements, such as:

  • Fiberglasswindow lineal and doors do not rot, rust or swell – resulting in fewer air leaks and better seals than wood and steel products.  Also FRP components provide inherent insulation value that far exceeds aluminum and steel products.
  • Theheavy truck industry has moved to predominately composite bodies.  This move from steel to FRP reduces truck weight and allows for more freight to be carried, so fewer trips are required, and also provides for significant fuel savings when the truck is pulling empty.

Functional contribution can be seen in applications such as:

  • Wind turbines, where the composite blades allow significantly longer length than traditional wood blades and facilitate the production of clean energy.
  • Scrubbers and stacksthat can resist the corrosive nature of flue gas desulfurization and other scrubbing operations allow industrial operations to remove air contaminants under conditions that would fail traditional metals very quickly.


The Future of Composites
The composite industry is driving to improve in the area of sustainability, including:

  • Generation of more life cycle analysis studies. The American Composite Manufacturers Association has recently led an industry wide effort to develop Life Cycle Inventory data for the major raw materials and processes used in composite products.   This will make future LCAs easier to perform, more accurate and lower cost.  Similar efforts to develop European LCI data sets are underway.
  • The use of alternative materials. The use of alternatives is not limited to composites replacing traditional materials.  The composite industry has been aggressively identifying and utilizing recycled materials as fillers and in the binder resins.  There has also been significant work to replace petroleum based raw materials with bio based materials.  This trend is expected to continue.
  • The use of natural fiber reinforcements. Natural fibers, such as flax, hemp, and jute, have been significantly studied and improved and are now being used as a partial or full replacement for the traditional fiber reinforcement in reinforced composite parts.
  • Improved logistics for recycling composite materials. Composites are durable, and this makes recycling composites a challenge.  As the industry develops improved means of recycling, there is a larger need for lower cost and more consumer friendly means of collecting, handling and shipping composite materials for re-use.  An improvement in the recycling options available is a key industry objective.

About Composite Rebar

Corrosion and deterioration of steel reinforced concrete creates a significant maintenance and replacement demand. The costs to mitigate or remediate structures due to rebar/concrete corrosion are high. Composite FRP rebar provides a non corrosive reinforcement to concrete that provides the necessary strength and reinforcement, significantly enhancing service life of the reinforced concrete. Composite rebar is 1/4 the weight of steel and has a tensile strength greater than steel.

One of the main reasons for considering FRP bars for concrete reinforcement is that steel corrodes in concrete subjected to harsh environments, resulting in loss of strength and structural integrity. Highway structures are particularly prone to this corrosion, as they are exposed to the outdoor environment and to deicing salts in colder climates. It is essential that all tensile reinforcing elements, including FRP bars to be used in concrete structures, retain sufficient strength capabilities during the expected life of the concrete structure. C-BAR® deformed FRP bars are a suitable alternative to steel reinforcing bars when reinforced concrete is:

  • Exposed to deicing salts.
  • Built in or close to seawater.
  • Subjected to other corrosive agents.
  • Required to maintain low electric conductivity or electromagnetic neutrality.
  • Required to save weight. Composite rebar deformed FRP bars are 25% of the weight of equivalent size steel bar.

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