Revowrap is a carbon fiber wrap system used to rehabilitate damaged, corroded and eroded piping systems and restore them to the original operational strength. The system is comprised of three components, each tested independently.

The first component is an epoxy primer, which ensures complete bonding and load transfer between the repair and the substrate.
The second component of the Revowrap system, is its selection of bi-directional woven carbon fiber materials, which provides reinforcement in the hoop and axial directions and is the strongest available non-metallic repair on the market.
The third part of the binding force in the system is the polymeric epoxy resin, which allows for uniform loading throughout the entire wrap. For repairs that require surfaces to be modified (e.g. heavy pitting or irregular shapes) the high modulus filler can be applied.


These components form a composite system that is stronger than steel. The structural system forms a pipe around the pipe, and each successive wrap increases the pressure rating. Minimal creep ensures a long service life. Revowrap comes in 3 different temperature variances. The standard Revowrap 110 can cope with temperatures up to 110°C. Maximum operating temperature of Revowrap 185 is 185°C. Revowrap 225 has the highest operating temperature of 225°C. There are no limits to pressure when using Revowrap composite systems.

Revowrap is TÜV certified by EN lSO 24817:2017 regulation. This certificates’ scope include but is not limited to the Gas & Oil Industry, Power Plants, Mining and Transmission Pipelines.

Learn more about this product and download one of our productsheets: REVOWRAP 110, REVOWRAP 185 or REVOWRAP 225


Most wrap failures occur by either poor surface preparation, installation or inadequate curing of the repairs. How to make sure the curing of your installation is perfect? By making use of the unique Revomat system.

Time is money. The sooner a repaired area is going back into service the better. Normally a pipe is wrapped on one day. As the curing takes place overnight, the installer needs to come back on the following day to check the hardening. The system can only go back to service after sign-off. With REVOMAT this job is done in several hours (depending on the epoxy temperature system).