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Four main BENEFITS of a CSIP structure with GFRC

The Four main BENEFITS of a CSIP structure with GFRC  are: CSIP using GFRC IS ECONOMICAL (typically ±25% less expensive than Conventional brick and mortar): 1. Fast and easy building process The CSIP (Composite structural insulated panels) with GFRC System is … Continue reading

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Characteristic properties of a GFRC/EPS structure

Characteristic properties of a GFRC/EPS structure By applying this light weight composite material (GFRC/EPS) walls, ceilings, floors, beams and columns, arobust and sustainable building structure is achieved. These materials combined form an incrediblystrong bond that is lightweight and yet withstands … Continue reading

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The C-SIP Building Solution using GFRC

The C-SIP Building Solution using GFRC: Remarkably simple, C-SIP using GFRC has only two parts. An EPS core that can range in thickness from 100mm to 400mm, depending on design and insulation needs, and a 8mm to15mm thick coating of GFRC … Continue reading

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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) Sandwich Panels

GFRC Sandwich Panels A GFRC (glass fibe reinforced concrete) sandwich panel is a composite of three or more materials bonded together to form a structural panel. It takes advantage of the shear strength of a low density core material and the … Continue reading

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Why are Contractors and Designers going with GFRC

Why are Contractors, Architects and Designers going with GFRC? There are plenty of reasons you should consider using GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) when considering a material that is light, strong, weather resistant, attractive and fire retardant material is required. … Continue reading

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GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete)

GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) GFRC has all the characteristics of regular concrete. A number of additional qualities, however, give GFRC significant advantages. Most obviously, GFRC is up to 80% lighter than concrete, so it’s easier to work with and … Continue reading

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GFRC for re-cladding Applications

Why use GFRC for re-cladding Applications? GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) panels have a unique combination of properties that make them an ideal solution for facade re-clads and/or over-clads, as well as historical restorations and renovations. • GFRC panels have the color, … Continue reading

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GFRC – Corrosion and Rot Proof

GFRC – Corrosion and Rot Proof GFRC products do not contain mild steel reinforcement and the problems associated with corrosion of reinforcement do not apply. GFRC is unaffected by external exposure and will not rot. It is completely unaffected by … Continue reading

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GFRC : What is GFRC?

GFRC Construction, Inc. What is GFRC ? Glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC), also called GRC or FRC, is a cementitious, composite material, cast in thin shell shapes for use in construction consisting of Portland cement, aggregate, water, alkali-resistant glass fibers, … Continue reading

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