More stories about Fiber-Reinforced Concrete

  • Fibers in Concrete Mix Design

    The use of concrete fibers to reinforce bridges and roads is becoming more popular and setting the standard for the industry.

  • ChromX 2100 reinforcing steel from MMFX Steel Corp.

    New ChromX 2100 joins MMFX ChromX 9000 and 4000 Series reinforcing steel products, which include ChromX 9100, ChromX 9120, ChromX 4100 and ChromX rebar sold under the ASTM A1035 specification.

  • Breakfast with the Experts

    Back for a second year, these morning sessions will provide attendees peer-to-peer opportunities to pose technical questions to leading concrete industry experts.

  • Fibers for Industrial Slabs

    SlabMASTER steel reinforcing fibers CAR-25-CDM give the best compromise between high fiber count and requirements for workability and finishability.

  • Fibers Improve Adhesion

    Novamesh 950 improves adhesion in the mix, increases bond strength, and improves performance for toughness and crack-holding capability.

  • Replace Reinforcing Steel

    Replacing rebar or mesh with this product has many benefits: improved crack resistance, durability, and improved shear strength.

  • Acrylic Fibers

    Acrylic fibers are revolutionary additives that strengthen concrete with a chemical bond.

  • Product Pulse: Fiber Reinforcement

    The September-October issue focused on fiber reinforcement products.

  • PVA Fibers

    Use PVA fibers in cast-in-place, precast, lightweight, and thin concrete products to prevent concrete from cracking from handling, plastic shrinkage, and impact.

  • Fiber for Slabs-on-Grade and More

    Concrete with Tuf-Strand SF have three-dimensional reinforcement and enhanced flexural toughness.