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Latest News

ISO 9001 and SCC certifications renewed

November 11, 2019

Once again, ITR achieved quality and safety goals to be again certified on ISO 9001 and SCC.

We are pleased to inform all our partners, you may count on us to be correctly supporting you on every field.

ISO 9001 and SCC certifications renewed

October 03, 2018

Once again, ITR achieved quality and safety goals to be again certified on ISO 9001 and SCC.

We are pleased to inform all our partners, you may count on us to be correctly supporting you on every field.

ISO 9001 and SCC certifications renewed

October 03, 2017

Once again, ITR achieved quality and safety goals to be again certified on ISO 9001 and SCC.

We are pleased to inform all our partners, you may count on us to be correctly supporting you on every field.

ITR has moved to a new spacious office!

February 15, 2017

We are glad to inform all our customers and friends that our company has moved to a new office. New challenges and a growing business made us make more room for our fantastic backoffice people.

ITR Certified according to ISO 9001

January 30, 2017

ITR has been assessed and approved by the "Belgisch Centrum voor Certificatie" according to the Quality and Safety Management System in accordance with the requirements of ISO 9001.

ITR Certified according to SCC

October 02, 2016

TR has been assessed and approved by the "Belgisch Centrum voor Certificatie" according to the following International Standard: SCC** - Version 2008/5.1

The certificate has been attributed on the basis of the safety audit. The Safety Management System is applicable to the following activities: " Construction and installation of refractory material. "

ITR Collaborates with Instituto Superior Técnico

February 10, 2016

Over the past two decades fibres reinforced polymers (FRP) have been successfully used in civil engineering structures, due to the advantages they present over traditional materials, such as high strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance and easy installation. In this context, FRP reinforcing bars have emerged as an alternative to steel for concrete structures as they are noncorrosive and nonconductible. However, the use of these materials has been limited mainly to bridges and exterior structural members, where fire endurance is not a primary design concern. In fact, there are several uncertainties and well-founded concerns about their fire performance, since the material properties of FRPs and their adherence to concrete are severely deteriorated at relatively low temperatures (65-120 ºC). Several international scientific organizations have unanimously recognized the behaviour of FRP materials under elevated temperatures and fire as one of the most critical research needs.

ITR is presently supporting a three-year research project (FireComposite – funded by Fundação da Ciência e Tecnologia) that is being developed at Instituto Superior Técnico – Universidade de Lisboa. This project aims at understanding the fire behaviour of concrete structures reinforced with FRP bars, to develop fire design guidelines and ultimately to enable extending the structural use of FRPs in buildings. ITR is advising this research and providing the insulation materials needed to perform the fire resistance tests at Instituto Superior Técnico.

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