By: Bosfa  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Precast Concrete Products, Reinforced Concrete Design

The reinforcing of concrete with EE (Enlarged End) FIBRESTEEL® produces a durable concrete with high flexural and flexural fatigue strength and improved abrasion, spalling and impact resistance. Concrete reinforced with FIBRESTEEL®, known as FIBRECRETE®, is used extensively for the construction of light, medium and heavy duty pavements, sprayed and precast swimming pools, water retaining structures, embankment stabilisation, precast products, floor toppings and overlays. FIBRECRETE® is placed and finished using the same techniques as for conventional concrete and is readily pumped and sprayed.

  • 184EE 10KG Boxes
  • 186EE 25KG Boxes
  • 186EEHALF 12.5KG Boxes
  • 256EE 20KG Boxes

Applications include:
Heavy duty pavements, roundabout pavements, Precast tanks, Precast panels, Light duty pavements.

Keywords: Precast Concrete Products, Reinforced Concrete Design

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