26 - 28 March 2018

Dubai World Trade Centre
10AM - 6PM Daily
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Petroleum Group
Stand: Z5 A58
9 Maya Str 18b
United Arab Emirates

T: + 971 52930 3775

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  • Concrete reinforcement
  • Anchoring & Micro-piling Rigs

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Company profile

Petroleum group was founded in 2004. It has representative offices in 7 countries Petroleum group is a coordinated team of highly educated professionals, most of whom hold a Master degree diplomas Petroleum group professional credo is compliance with obligations under the contracts, reputation of a reliable and stable partner, individual approach to each counterparty and as a result the Company’s reputation. This year our group of companies exhibits with 2 products: GFRP rebar and mesh. FIBRE-REINFORCED PLASTIC REBAR FRP are nonmetallic bars made from glass, basalt, carbon or aramid fibers, hardened and impregnated with the binder. Having high strength and corrosion resistance, FRP with its physical properties becomes the closest alternative to steel bars. The main advantages of our product are: high tensile strength, low weight, long durability( up to 80 years), cost-effective price comparing to steel, stability against corrosion (chlorides, alkalies and acids.) GLASS FIBER REINFORCED MESH Glass fiber reinforced mesh is made from an extra strong rods 2 to 6 mm in diameter, bounded in cells from 50 to 200 mm. The width of output forms is from 500 to 1000 mm. The lengths of finished mesh can reach 50 meters. The product could be shipped in rolls as well as flat sheets on different size palettes. The composite fiberglass mesh is designed for application in concrete structures instead of traditional steel ones. Nonmetallic composite grid constitutes a bundle of fibers (glass and basalt), located along the rod and interconnected one with another with a polymer (solidified thermosetting material