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NextStar Carbon Fiber Concrete Stitch Kit 

15 Pre-Tensioned  carbon Fiber Concrete stitches and Epoxy kit 
New Version  2022

The NextStar Concrete Stitch comprises high-tensile strength carbon fibers pre-tensioned during manufacturing. This makes it ideal for concrete wall crack reinforcement repair to provide the least movement and highest tensile support. They are typically used for concrete crack repair and reinforcement, concrete floors, foundation walls, swimming pools, and any poured concrete that needs reinforcement. Typically installed 12-24 inches apart, this stitch is stronger than traditional concrete staples and is easy to install. This structural crack stitching and reinforcement system is a pre-impregnated, unidirectional pre-tensioned carbon fiber stitch for structural reinforcement for crack stitching. It is usually used with an Epoxy injection or other structural crack injection methods. The concrete stitch has more than twice the surface area of staples, which helps it create a stronger and more effective bond.

What Does the NextStar Stitch kit include?

  • Carbon fiber grid for floors and walls 15 Carbon Fiber pre-tensioned Stitches
  • StarTech anchor Epoxy 1  Set 450mls of Carbon Fiber Epoxy A+B
  • 4.5 Inch Diamond Concrete Cutting Blade 1 4.5 Inch Diamond Turbo Blade 
  • Static mixer for Fortress epoxy 1 Trowel
  • Carbon fiber grid stitch installation instructions Instructions and Gloves

You will need these tools to apply

    • Hand Grinder 
    • Shop Vacuum

Solutions for concrete reinforcement using Carbon Fiber Stitches

  • Ideal for foundation repair of poured Concrete Foundation Walls with diagonal or vertical wall cracks.
  • Concrete shop or garage floors before coatings are applied will prevent future re-cracking
  • Pool deck and structure repair
  • Often Used with Epoxy crack injections
  • When concrete movement is required to be stopped.
  • Reinforce concrete cracked retaining walls

Advantages of NextStar Carbon Fiber Stitches

  • Fast Easy Installation
  • No epoxy applicator is needed
  • Will not corrode
  • Higher strength than the concrete
  • Spacing is typically installed at 9" - 16" inches apart
  • Concrete reinforcement across cracked concrete
  • Pre-stressed carbon for maximum performance
  • Diamond blade provided
  • Meets ASTM C882
  • Epoxy 31 Mpa 4496 Psi
  • Carbon Fiber 2884 Mpa 418ksi
  • Meets ASTM C882, D648,D638,D792

How strong are Carbon Fiber Stitches?

Carbon fiber is 10x stronger than steel. The holding strength of Carbon Fiber Stitches or even Stainless Steel Staples in concrete is a function of the surface bonding area and not so much the tensile capabilities of a stitch or staple. The concrete will fail before a staple will, So the best reinforcement is to have the most surface bonding area for long-term results.

What gives the best concrete stitching repair?

The product that has the most reinforcement has the most carbon surface area!

See the list of our competitors with concrete surface area and differences in products. Square Millimeter = Sq.mm

Nextstar Carbon Fiber Stitch 448 Sq.mm

Steel Staple Staple (3 Sides) 187 Sq.mm

Fortress Staple (Only bonded one side)  168 Sq.mm

Fortress Grid Stitch 95 Sq.mm

Rhino Crack Lock 300 Sq.mm

Stitch Dog 60 Sq.mm

Installation Steps 

Step 1. Cut 12in long 1.5 in deep slot
carbon Fiber stitch install steps 1 & 2 Cut and clean stitch slot
Step 2. vacuum & remove dust from slot.

Step 3. Mix Epoxy by hand no special tools are needed.
Step 2-3 for carbon fiber stitch install, mix epoxy and butter stitch to be installed
Step 4. Butter Carbon Fiber Stitch.

Step 5. Trowel epoxy into the cut slot.
 Steps 5-6 carbon fiber stitch install, Force epoxy into the cut slot next install concrete stitch and smooth out the top surface and let cure
Step 6. Install Stitch and trowel surface out, and let cure.

The Evolution of the Concrete Staple Stitch

The concrete staple, also as the concrete stitch, is a method used to repair cracked or damaged concrete structures. The process involves drilling holes on either side of the crack and inserting a staple or stitch made of metal or composite materials, which is then anchored to the concrete using epoxy or other adhesive.

The concept of the concrete staple dates back to the 1960s, when it was first introduced as a means of repairing concrete dams. Over the years, the design and materials used in the staples have evolved, and today, there are several types of staples and stitches available.

One of the earliest designs was a U-shaped metal staple, which was inserted into the drilled holes and anchored to the concrete using grout or cement. However, this design had limitations as it could only be used on relatively narrow cracks and was not effective in preventing further cracking.

In the 1980s, composite materials such as carbon fiber and fiberglass were introduced as an alternative to metal staples. These materials offered higher strength-to-weight ratios and improved flexibility, allowing them to conform to irregular surfaces and accommodate movement in the structure.

Today, there are several types of staples and stitches available, including plate staples, which are larger and offer a greater surface area for bonding, and helical stitches, which are twisted or spiraled to increase their resistance to bending and tension.

Overall, the evolution of the concrete staple or stitch has been driven by the need to develop more effective and efficient methods of repairing concrete structures. The use of composite materials has played a significant role in improving the strength, flexibility, and durability of these repairs.

NextStar 15 Carbon Fiber Concrete Stitch kit is a concrete crack control with a carbon fiber stitch system. Crack stitching and strengthening for concrete Floors, foundation walls, slabs, and swimming pools.
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