Fiber distribution throughout the concrete matrix creates a three-dimensional reinforcement network that allows high level energy absorption and toughness.
These features increase crack control under high stress, minimize shrinkage and provide resilience and extended service life of concrete elements.
Synthetic fibers prevent risk of corrosion compared to steel fiber and wire mesh reinforcement.
Great number of fibers resulted by its low density allows to achieve three-dimensional reinforcement in concrete matrix.
Provides long-term durability without risk of corrosion.
Increased shatter, impact and abrasion resistance.
Mitigates shrinkage/temperature cracks.
Supports concrete structure exposed to extreme levels of freeze/thaw.
Supports the flexural structure of concrete exposed to acid and salty environments.
Increases ductility and improves energy absorption capacity.
Eliminates the need for steel mesh and steel fibers by providing structural residual flexural strength to concrete.