Continuous Basalt Fiber, Reinforcing Articles and Basalt Fiber Materials Production, Market and Forecast in the CIS (2nd Edition) (Russian Version)

  • ID: 2077032
  • Report
  • Region: CIS, Russia, Ukraine
  • 128 Pages
  • INFOMINE Research Group
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This report is devoted to the study of the continuous basalt fiber and enforcement materials market in the CIS, featuring principle participants and potential demand for this product.

The report consists of eight sections of 128 pages, 64 tables and 24 figures.

The First Chapter gives a general view of continuous basalt fiber (CBF), with a history of invention and production process, physical and chemical properties, fields of application, and comparison with the closest composite material, i.e. glass.

The Second Chapter presents the CBF market structure in Russia.

The Third Chapter is devoted to analysis of CBF manufacture; analysing producers of continuous fiber in Russia and Ukraine and the principle types of products.

The Fourth Chapter describes the CBF products market, detailing characteristics of each segment: basalt-plastic reinforcements, composite flexible connections and basalt reinforcing mesh.

The Fifth Chapter presents additional information about disperse reinforcement with basalt fiber. Any analysis of CBF reinforcement products and materials market would be incomplete without this information.

The Sixth Chapter describes foreign trade operations of CBF products and materials in Russia and Ukraine during 2007-2010.

The Seventh Chapter outlines CBF products export price dynamics, as well as a domestic price analysis of basalt-plastic reinforcement and its glass analogues.

The final Eighth Chapter provides a short term development outlook for CBF and basalt-plastic reinforcement markets.
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1. Basalt fiber description

1.1. Feed-stock for manufacture of basalt fiber

1.2. Origin of continuous basalt fiber

1.3. Continuous basalt fiber production process

1.4. Basalt fiber key physiochemical characteristics

1.5. Continuous basalt fiber and glass fiber comparative characteristics

1.6. Continuous basalt fiber types of product line and their application

1.6.1. Reinforcing properties fields of application

1.6.2. Fields of application for other properties

2. Continuous basalt fiber and reinforce articles market structure

3. Manufacture of continuous basalt fiber in Russia and Ukraine

3.1. LLC “Kamenny Vek” (Moscow Region)

3.2. LLC NPO “Vulcan” (Perm Krai)

3.3. JSC “IvotSteklo” (Bryansk Region)

3.4. JSC “Novgorod glass fiber plant” (Novgorod Region)

3.5. LLC “NBT Dagestan” (Republic of Dagestan)

3.6. LLC NPO “Basalt Technologies” (Udmurtia)

3.7. Other continuous basalt fiber manufacture start-up enterprises and projects in Russia

“Pokrovsk basalt materials plant” (Republic of Sakha Yakutia)

JSC “South-Urals basal plant” (Chelyabinsk Region)

LLC “Alternative materials and technologies” (Khabarovsk Krai)

LLC “Volna” (Krasnoyarsk krai)

3.8. Continuous basalt fiber manufacture in Ukraine

CJSC «NTB» (Kiev Region)

LLC “TechnoBasalt Invest” (Kiev)

CJSC “Mineral 7” (Lvov Region)

CJSC “Belichi heat insulation-sound proofing articles plant” (Kiev Region)

4. Production of reinforcement articles with continuous basalt fiber

4.1. Composite armoring

4.1.1. Compisite armoring principal properties and fields of application

4.1.2. Fabrication of composite armoring

LLC “KNPO “Ural reinforcing company” (Perm Krai)

LLC NFP “UralSpetsArmatura” (Perm Krai)

LLC NPK “ArmaStek” (Perm Krai, Lipetsk Region)

Technological Group “Ekipazh” (Ukraine)

4.2. Composite flexible connections and fittings

4.2.1. Flexible connections conception and their characteristics

4.2.2. Fabrication of composite flexible connections

LLC “Galen”(Chuvash Republic)

LLC “Biysk plant of glass plastics” (Altay Republic)

CJSC “Matek”(Moscow Region)

4.3. Basalt reinforcing nets

4.3.1. Basalt reinforcing nets properties and application

4.3.2. Basalt reinforcing nets outstanding feature

4.3.3. Manufacture of basalt reinforcing nets by LLC “Sudogda glass-fiber plastics” (Vladimir Region)

5. Dispersal reinforcement with basalt fiber

5.1. Peculiarities of dispersal reinforcement

5.2. Application of basalt fiber

6. Continuous basalt fiber materials and articles foreign trade operations in Russia and Ukraine, 2007-2010

6.1. Foreign trade operations in Russia

6.2. Foreign trade operations in Ukraine

7. Continuous basalt fiber materials and articles export-import and domestic price review

7.1. Continuous basalt fiber materials and articles export-import price review in Russia and Ukraine, 2007-2010

7.2. Basalt-plastics and fiber-plastics reinforcement price review in the domestic market of Russia

8. Forecast for development of continuous basalt fiber and reinforcement articles market

Appendix: Contact information

List of Tables:

Table 1. The Study assistants

Table 2. Chemical composition of the rocks as single component raw material for fabrication of different fiber kind

Table 3. Mineral composition of rocks as single component raw material for fabrication of different fiber kind

Table 4. Basalt rock melts peculiarities

Table 5. Principle characteristics of installations for fabrication of basalt continuous fibers at SE NPO “Bavoma”

Table 6. Basalt fiber strength characteristics

Table 7. Basalt fiber chemical inertness, %

Table 8. The fibers comparative characteristics

Table 9. Comparative characteristics of threads from glass and basalt fiber

Table 10. Correlation of tack direct roving with monofilament diameter and filler feeder quantity

Table 11. Correlation of multifilament yarn number with feeder draw-rings quantity

Table 12. Key continuous basalt fiber production line and fields of their application

Table 13. Makers of continuous basalt fiber and reinforcement composite articles in Russia and Ukraine

Table 14. LLC “Kamenny Vek” made direct roving technical characteristics

Table 15. LLC “Kamenny Vek” made plied roving technical characteristics

Table 16. LLC “Kamenny Vek” made twisted thread technical characteristics

Table 17. LLC “Kamenny Vek” made needle-punched mats technical characteristics

Table 18. LLC “Kamenny Vek” foreign distributors

Table 19. JSC “IvotGlass” made basalt roving nomenclature and technical characteristics

Table 20. JSC “IvotGlass” made basalt chopped fiber technical characteristics

Table 21. JSC “NZSV” made basalt complex fiber technical characteristics

Table 22. JSC “NZSV” made basalt roving technical characteristics

Table 23. CJSC «NTB» made baslt roving characteristics

Table 24. LLC “TechnoBasalt Invest” made basalt-plastic reinforcement technical characteristics

Table 25. Comparative characteristics of different reinforcement types

Table 26. Comparative characteristics of basalt-plastic and fiberglass reinforcement

Table 27. Comparative characteristics of steel and basalt reinforcement

Table 28. Comparisson of “Liana” and steel reinforcement performance

Table 29. LLC “UralSpetsArmatura” made reinforcement performance

Table 30. Comparative characteristics of “Armastek” fiberglass reinforcement and steel reinforcement

Table 31. TG “Ekipazh” made basalt-plastic flexible fittings technical characteristics

Table 32. Comparison of metallic and basalt-plastic connections’ effectiveness

Table 33. Results of comparative tests over composite connections alcali resistance (cement resistance) under method of accelerated aging

Table 34. Composite connections technical characteristics comparison

Table 35. LLC “Galen” made basalt-plastic flexible connections technical characteristics

Table 36. LLC “Galen” made construction wall plug technical characteristics

Table 37. LLC “Galen” made basalt-plastic reinforcement technical characteristics

Table 38. LLC “Galen” dealer network

Table 39. LLC “BZS” made flexible and combine connections technical characteristics

Table 40. LLC “Biysk fiberglass plastics plant” (BZS) made fiberglass reinforcement technical characteristics

Table 41. Consumption of wall plugs in thermal protection installation per 1 m2/8 mm plaster layer

Table 42. LLC “BZS” sales network

Table 43. Glass fiber and basalt fiber fabricated connections strength retention levels comparative analysis

Table 44. CJSC “Matech” made basalt-plastic connections quality indicators

Table 45. Different flexible connections test results under 1.0 N endurance in NaOH solvent, 80°?

Table 46. Basalt nets stress-strain properties

Table 47. Basalt fabric stress-strain properties

Table 48. Glass and basalt fiber nets comparative characteristic

Table 49. LLC “Sudogda fiberglass” made road mesh technical characteristics

Table 50. LLC “Sudogda fiberglass” made mason and binding works construction mesh technical characteristics

Table 51. Basalt fiber characteristics

Table 52. recommendations for application of basalt fiber in concrets

Table 53. Continuous basalt fiber articles exports by Russian producers in 2007-2010, tonnes

Table 54. LLC “Kamenny Vek” made continuous basalt fiber articles exports by supply avenues in 2007-2010, tonnes

Table 55. Continuous basalt fiber materials and articles exports by Ukrainian producers in 2007-2010, tonnes

Table 56. Russian continuous basalt fiber average annual export price in 2007-2010, $/ton

Table 57. LLC NFP “UralSpetsArmatura” made composite reinforcement prices, RUR/rm

Table 58. LLC “Galen” made ROCKBAR composite reinforcement price-list, RUR/rm

Table 59. LLC “NPK “ArmStek Lipetsk”” made fiber-glass reinforcement price-list, RUR/ rm

Table 60. LLC “Biysk fiberglass plastics plant” made fiber-glass reinforcement price, RUR/ rm

Table 61. Comparative characteristic of metallic and composite reinforcement under equally efficient replacement

Table 62. Composite and metallic reinforcement comparative prices, RUR/m

Table 63. LLC “Sudogda fiberglass” production price-list

Table 64. Volumes and structure of accomodation commissioning in Russia by Federal Districs, 2007-2010, m2 million, %

List of Figures:

Figure 1. Structure of fiber-glass and basalt fiber application in the USA

Figure 2. Structure of fiber-glass and basalt fiber application in Europe

Figure 3. Continuous basalt fiber manufacturing unit

Figure 4. Comparative characteristics of basalt fiber and fiberglass at tension strength, MPa

Figure 5. Comparative characteristics of basalt fiber and fiberglass at elasticity coefficient, hPa

Figure 6. Block-scheme for the market of continuous basalt fiber and reinforcement articles (production) in Russia

Figure 7. Continuous basalt fiber production structure in Russia

Figure 8. Balance of materials for fabrication of composote reinforcement at LLC “KNPO “UAK””

Figure 9. Multilayer building envelop: a) excluding flexible connections; b) with metal flexible connections; c) with composite materials flexible connection

Figure 10. Copmosite flexible connections production structure

Figure 11. CJSC “Matech” made basalt-plastic connections technical characteristics

Figure 12. Continuous basalt fiber materials and articles exports dynamics in Russia, 2007-2010 (tonnes, $000)

Figure 13. LLC “Kamenny Vek” production exports regional structure in 2007-2010, %

Figure 14. Continuous basalt fiber production exports structure in Russia, 2007-2010, tonnes

Figure 15. Continuous basalt fiber production exports structure in Ukrain, 2007-2010 (tonnes, $000)

Figure 16. Continuous basalt fiber Ukrainian plants production exports structure in 2007-2010, tonnes

Figure 17. Continuous basalt fiber principle production export price average annual dynamics in 2007-2010, $/t

Figure 18. LLC “TechnoBasalt Invest and CJSC “NTV” average annual price dynamics in 2007-2010, $/t

Figure 19. Comparative charasteristics of basalt-plastic reinforcement articles prices against analogues made of some other materials

Figure 20. Dynamics of accomodation commissioning by Russia in 2008-2010 and forecast till 2011-2015 under Special Federal Programme of “Home”, m2

Figure 21. Regional structure of commissioned accomodation in Russia? during the first 9 months of 2011, %

Figure 22. Regional structure for metal rebar consumption in Russia split by Federal Districts in 2011, %

Figure 23. Continuous basalt fiber output forecast in Russia, 2012-2015, tonnes

Figure 24. Basalt-plastic reinforcement and flexible connections output forecast in Russia, 2012-2015, tonnes
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- LLC Kamenny Vek (Moscow Region)
- LLC NPO Vulcan (Perm Krai)
- JSC IvotSteklo (Bryansk Region)
- JSC Novgorod glass fiber plant (Novgorod Region)
- LLC NBT Dagestan (Republic of Dagestan)
- LLC NPO Basalt Technologies (Udmurtia)
- Pokrovsk basalt materials plant (Republic of Sakha Yakutia)
- JSC South-Urals basal plant (Chelyabinsk Region)
- LLC Alternative materials and technologies (Khabarovsk Krai)
- LLC Volna (Krasnoyarsk krai)
- CJSC NTB (Kiev Region)
- LLC TechnoBasalt Invest (Kiev)
- CJSC Mineral 7 (Lvov Region)
- CJSC Belichi heat insulation-sound proofing articles plant (Kiev Region)
- LLC KNPO Ural reinforcing company (Perm Krai)
- LLC NFP UralSpetsArmatura (Perm Krai)
- LLC NPK ArmaStek (Perm Krai, Lipetsk Region)
- Technological Group Ekipazh (Ukraine)
- LLC Galen (Chuvash Republic)
- LLC Biysk plant of glass plastics (Altay Republic)
- CJSC Matek (Moscow Region)
- LLC Sudogda glass-fiber plastics (Vladimir Region)
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