Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) – Is one of the most innovative construction materials available today. GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) facilitates unprecedented opportunities for building design.
GFRC is a portland cement based composite with alkaliresistant glass fiber, randomly dispersed throughout the product. Because the glass fiber adds flexural, tensile and impact strengths, the resulting material allows the production of strong—yet lightweight – architectural cladding panels.
The GFRC panels are delivered to site with integrated steel stud frames ready to receivethe interior wall board, saving the expense of exterior stud framing on site. The low weight of the GFRC panels (12-16 psf) decrease the superimposed loads on the building’s structural framing and foundation, thus providing potential savings for construction costs.
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For more information refer to:
How GFRC Panels are made: http://www.gfrcconstruction.com/how-gfrc-panels-are-installed/
Why Contractors, Architects, and Designers are going with GFRC? http://www.gfrcconstruction.com/why-are-contractors-and-designers-going-with-gfrc/