Owens Corning Anti-CRAK 3mm HD Glass Fibres

$30.80$313.50 Inc GST

Owens Corning Anti-CRAK 3mm HD Glass Fibres (1Kg)

Owens Corning Anti-CRAK 3mm HD Glass Fibres
Owens Corning Anti-CRAK 3mm HD Glass Fibres $30.80$313.50 Inc GST
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Owens Corning Anti-CRAK 3mm HD Glass Fibres
Owens Corning Anti-CRAK 3mm HD Glass Fibres
$30.80$313.50 Inc GST

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Owens Corning Anti-CRAK 3mm HD Fibres for Concrete Reinforcement (1Kg) (18Kg) (6Kg)

There are several benefits of using fiber glass in Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC):

  1. Strength and durability: Fiber glass provides significant strength and durability to GFRC, making it more resistant to cracking, bending, and other forms of damage.
  2. Lightweight: Fiber glass is much lighter than traditional steel reinforcement, which makes GFRC much lighter as well. This makes it easier to handle and transport, and it also reduces the load on the building’s foundation.
  3. Flexibility: Fiber glass is more flexible than traditional steel reinforcement, which allows GFRC to better withstand movement and thermal expansion.
  4. Corrosion resistance: Fiber glass is resistant to corrosion, which means that GFRC reinforced with fiber glass is less likely to degrade over time due to exposure to moisture and other environmental factors.
  5. Cost-effective: Fiber glass is generally less expensive than traditional steel reinforcement, which can make GFRC more cost-effective to produce.
  6. Aesthetics: GFRC reinforced with fiber glass can be made into thinner, more complex shapes than traditional steel reinforced concrete, which allows for more design flexibility and better aesthetics.
  7. Easy to install: Fiber glass reinforcement is easy to install and does not require any special tools or equipment.
  8. Environmentally friendly: Fiber glass is a sustainable and environmentally friendly option, it can be recycled and does not produce any harmful emissions during production.

Overall, the use of fiber glass in GFRC provides many benefits, including increased strength and durability, improved flexibility, and cost-effectiveness, aswell as better resistance to corrosion and environmental factors. Additionally, fiber glass reinforcement allows for thinner and more complex shapes to be created, which can add to the aesthetic appeal of the finished product. The ease of installation and recycling, as well as its environmental friendliness, are other benefits that make fiber glass an appealing option for reinforcing GFRC.

Anti-Crak®  HD Glass fibres do not protrude through the surface, nor do they require additional finishing procedures.

  • Invisible on the finished surface
  • Easy incorporation into mixes
  • High dispersion (220 million filaments per kg, 100 million per lb)
  • Excellent workability
  • Does not corrode
  • Control and prevention of cracking in fresh concrete

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 30.5 × 20.5 × 3 cm
Weight: No selection

1KG, 6KG, 18KG