Lancy - Application glass fiber reinforced

Glass fibre reinforced concrete (GFRC)


Glass fibre reinforced concrete (GFRC) consists of a cementitious fine-grained concrete reinforced with alkali-resistant glass fibres. The use of glass fibres instead of steel makes components and structures thinner, more streamlined and ultimately lighter than concrete parts with metal reinforcement. These properties mean that GFRC is used above all in the manufacture and design of very thin-walled, lightweight façades and similar components.

Lancy produces machines and special accessories for the processing of glass-fibre reinforced concrete.

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