GRC (Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete)
GRC is a product that uses special cement, sand, water and fibreglass. come together with modern methods making it possible to create architectural pieces as many as the designer wants
GRC, the next generation of construction products can meet the needs of the conceptual designers and unlimited imagination
- GRC (Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete) is the mixture of cement, sand, water, and AR glass fibres with 3-5% of glass fibre as an ingredient.
- Ar-Glass Fibre (Alkali-Resistant) is a kind of glass fibre used for reinforcing in lieu of steel enabling concrete to support flexure and tension.
- GRC can make the workpiece to be thin (6mm.) with properties that are similar to concrete.
- GRC has lightweight with convenience on transportation and installation.
- GRC can be modified in various shapes as demanded by designers.
- GRC can be used for manufacturing workpieces repetitively.
Advantages of GRC
- Can be designed in various forms as demanded by architects.
- Strong, durable, and safe.
- Can support attacking without any crack or breaking.
- Easy for installing and suitable for all types of weather without emitting any pollution.
- Can be painted and coated like other concrete works.
- Can be used for manufacturing repetitive workpieces in large quantities.
- Incombustible and easy for maintenance without any ingredient of Asbestos.
- Low level of resilience after changing temperature.
- Not decayed by fungi or mole cricket and able to be used with other materials without any problem.
- Easy for drilling with normal technical tools.
- Able to be made in various textures.