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GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Specifications and Technical information.

Glass Fiber Reinforced (GFRC) Concrete Strength

Glass Fiber Reinforced (GFRC) Concrete Strength As an engineered material, the properties of GFRC can vary depending upon mix design, glass content and production methods. Glass fiber used in quality GFRC has a higher tensile strength than steel. As a general … Continue reading

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GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Properties

GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Properties The design of GFRC panels proceeds from a knowledge of its basic properties under tensile, compressive, bending and shear forces, coupled with estimates of behavior under secondary loading effects such as creep, thermal and moisture movement. There … Continue reading

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General mixes for using Glass Fiber Reinforcement – GFRC

General mixes for using Glass Fiber Reinforcement Actually when using GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) in many cases you will be spraying the finish or face coat first without the glass fibers and then the second coat or base coat … Continue reading

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GFRC Fire Preformance

GFRC meets or exceeds the requirement of Class I Flame Spread Classification under the Uniform Fire Code. Flame Spread Index is 0 and Smoke Developed Index is less than 20 (primarily water vapor) when tested per ASTM E, 84-01 “Standard Test Method for … Continue reading

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GFRC Material Specifications

GFRC Material Specifications Cement Type I, white Portland Cement of one type, brand, source, and lot throughout entire project, and meeting requirements of ASTM C150 “Specification for Portland Cement.” Fine Aggregate Fine, clean, dry sand, able to pass a No.16 … Continue reading

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