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Neptune Research Inc. Syntho-Shore

Enhance Structural Strength with Under-Water FRP System that can be Applied on a Submerged Structure During Curing. Simple-to-use and Lightweight.
Structures exposed or submerged in salt or fresh water experience not only aesthetic deterioration but also structural deficiency overtime. These damages cause the structures to loose ability to carry the loads they were designed for. NRI’ Syntho-Shore product line is the first under-water FRP system tested and designed to be applied fully submerged underwater during its curing process! The glass or carbon fiber system is the first factory-saturated system, comprised of a unique, uni-directional fabric while the primer is a viscous material easily spreadable above water or used with an innovative carrier material, for underwater applications. These products strengthen a structure in accordance with ACI 440.2R-17 while protecting it from erosion due to wave actions and corrosive environments while enhancing their structural strength.
Underwater application of FRP System

Typical Applications

Construction workers apply FRP system on underside of bridge

Features & Benefits

Qualification Data

SYNTHO-SHORE 118C GROSS LAMINATE PROPERTIES PER ASTM D3039

Properties
Laboratory Conditions
Underwater
Tensile Strength
147.6 ksi (1,018 MPa)
144,623 psi (997.51 MPa)
Tensile Modulus
12.32 Msi (84.9 GPa)
11.35 Msi (78.2 GPa)
Tensile Elongation
1.12%
1.27%
Nominal Ply Thickness
0.035 in. (0.889mm)
0.035 in. (0.889mm)

SYNTHO-SHORE 127G GROSS LAMINATE PROPERTIES PER ASTM D3039

Properties
Laboratory Conditions
Underwater
Tensile Strength
88.5 ksi (610 MPa)
58.1 ksi (400.58 MPa)
Tensile Modulus
4.70 Msi (32.4 GPa)
4.21 Msi (29.0 GPa)
Tensile Elongation
1.19 %
1.4%
Nominal Ply Thickness
0.035 in. (0.89 mm)
0.04 in. (1.02mm)

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