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Basalt

Basalt is a basic volcanic rock (Greek βασανίτης [basanítēs] - test stone, very hard stone), which is inexhaustible as a raw material (13% of the earth's crust) with unique properties: Inert, practically inexhaustible (13% of the earth's crust), UV, acid and alkali resistant, non-corrosive, sustainable (energy consumption for the production of basalt fibers is more than 80% lower than that of carbon fibers and 30% lower than E-glass), attractively priced.

Basalt is a basic volcanic rock (Greek βασανίτης [basanítēs] - test stone, very hard stone), which is inexhaustible as a raw material (13% of the earth's crust) with unique properties: Inert, practically inexhaustible (13% of the earth's crust), UV, acid and alkali resistant, non-corrosive, sustainable (energy consumption for the production of basalt fibers is more than 80% lower than that of carbon fibers and 30% lower than E-glass), attractively priced.

Standard fire temperature-time curve (SFTTC) according to DIN 4102-2

Standard fire temperature-time curve (SFTTC) according to DIN 4102-2