Basalt Fiber Rebar Image 1 — Shield volcano in north-east New Mexico with deep basalt deposits. Image 2 — Working basalt quarry. Image 3 — Schematic illustration of pultrusion process. Image 4 Image 5 Image 6 — Basalt rebar coils ready at job site. Image 7 — Unwrapped basalt rebar coils. Image 8 — Basalt rebar sticks. Image 9 — Basalt rebar in pre-fabricated shapes. Image 10 — Construction site using basalt rebar. Image 11 — Basalt rebar used in concrete flooring. Image 12 — Corrosion resistant basalt rebar is tied with plastic zip ties as opposed to wire. Image 13 Basalt Rope After building a few EcoShell Domes with the Basalt Roving we have realized we needed more. So working with Sudaglass we have come up with this Basalt Rope. It is easier to handle and is just right for the EcoShell Domes. The rope is equal to 3/4 of a 4 mm bar. It comes in 10 kilo (22 lbs) rolls. Two rolls will build a 6 meter (20 ft) diameter EcoShell. This is a great home or storage. Basalt Rope for use in the construction of EcoShell I domes. It is easy to handle and to ship and far easier to use than the roving.