ITL Reinforced Concrete Roll®, (ITL RCR®), is a dry powdered concrete that is encapsulated between two pieces of non-woven geotextile. When rolled out and hydrated, it takes shape into a durable structure suitable for reinforcement or protective lining at a fraction of the installation time of conventional concrete pours.
One side of ITL RCR® is made up of Polypropylene (PP), a 6 ounce, non-woven geotextile. The other side of ITL RCR® is a composite of 6 ounce non-woven PP and 4.5 ounce calendered non-woven PP that is needle-punched together.
ITL RCR® is available in two thicknesses of 7mm, (ITL RCR-7®) and 12mm (ITL RCR-12®). ITL RCR-7® can be used for erosion control, irrigation canals, containment ponds and liner armor protection. For vehicle or equipment traffic (with proper subgrade), ITL RCR-12® offers a solution for temporary roads and drive-over swales.
ITL RCR® roll sizes are 5m x 20m, (16'4" x 65'7"), and can be installed in dry weather, rain, under water, and without traditional heavy cement trucks, mixing, forms, or rebar.
Where conventional concrete is cost prohibitive, ITL Reinforced Concrete Roll® provides the flexibility and pliable solution that exceeds performance expectations of other solutions.
Within 24 hours of hydration, ITL Reinforced Concrete Roll® can be walked on. Within 28 days it’s cured and reached maximum compression strength. Fully cured, ITL RCR® is designed to withstand pressure in excess of 7000 psi, is fire resistant, and Freeze/Thaw tolerant to -50F.
It's a game changer for conventional projects and remote locations.