SRF Earthquake-proof Reinforcement
SRF construction method
The SRF method is an economical method compared to other conventional earthquake-proof reinforcement methods because it is constructed by attaching a belt made of polyester with a one-part adhesive agent that does not require any special equipment.
There is also a case where reinforcement of the same performance is made at a cost about
10 times lower than the cost of the method designed by earthquake-proof and steel breathing.
Features of SRF method
<Reinforced concrete column>
<Iron concrete columns reinforced with SRF>
Earthquake resistant buildings strengthened by SRF
On the day of the Great East Japan Earthquake, SRF reinforcement work on the 1st floor pilotty part was completed The management members evacuated and after that, the construction company inspected and confirmed that there is no problem in the building.
(40-year apartment building in Sendai city)
SRF earthquake-proof reinforcement(facility maintenance)
On March 11, 2011, at the time of Great East Japan Earthquake, Sakura-no Department Store in front of Sendai station, was the oldest building in Sendai but after reinforcement with the SRF method, it resumed full-scale sales on April 5th, for the first time in Sendai.
(Sendai Sakurano Department Store)
30 pilots were resurrected with SRF, and there were no more pillars or tiles in the area reinforced by SRF on March 11, 2011 in the Great East Japan Earthquake
However, the areas that did not have pilots and was not reinforced with SRF was damaged and needed repair for the tiles on the upper floors and damaged walls.
(Apartment in Sendai city)
Resistant to earthquakes exceeding magnitude 7!
<Large shaking table experiment conducted jointly by Japan Disaster Prevention Science Institute and Tokyo University>
<Construction Technology Examination and Certification Technology No. 707 of Japan>