Civil Engineering

Adfil construction fibres

Specialised polymer fibres added to concrete

OVERVIEW

Durus Macro concrete-reinforcement fibres replace steel mesh and enhance the durability of concrete.

Fibre-reinforcement reduces early age cracking, and provides long-term crack control.

Functions
  • Improve impact, abrasion and shatter resistance.
  • Improve resistance to freeze-thaw cycles.
  • Reduce explosive spalling in concrete subjected to fire.
  • Provide post-crack ductility.
  • Alternative to steel mesh.
  • Corrosion resistant unlike steel mesh.
  • Substantially lower carbon footprint then steel mesh.
  • Avoids handling and cutting steel, significantly increasing installation speed.
  • Reduces labour cost.
Applications enabled by this product

Improved Durability Of Concrete

Adfil synthetic fibres in concrete barriers, pavement and rail sleepers improve impact, abrasion and freeze-thaw resistance.

Quay Walls

Reinforced soil solutions offer increased flexibility in the design and construction of quay walls. Concrete facings,with an appropriate mixes of synthetic fibres improve durability and crack resistance, and reduce maintenance.

Recycling Plants

With concrete in common use within reclycling plants, it can be subject to deterioration due to the harsh environment. Using fibre-reinforced concrete can eliminate some of the major issues related to steel reinforcement.

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