Fibre Reinforced Concrete is concrete containing fibrous material which increases its structural integrity. For centuries fibres of various types have been utilised in concrete to help improve the effects of plastic shrinkage and as secondary reinforcement. Today the use of synthetic and steel fibers is widely accepted and can provide a number of benefits including:    

  • Reduces the formation of plastic shrinkage cracking in concrete.   
  • Provides multi-dimensional reinforcement.   
  • Improves impact, shatter and abrasion resistance of concrete.   
  • Enhances durability and toughness of concrete.  
  • Reduces bleeding