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In the 1940’s, potential of glass as a construction material was realized and improvement continued with the addition of zirconium dioxide in 1960's for harsh alkali conditions. To enhance durability of materials, new generation of glass fibres directed to improvement process. In this way, glass fibre reinforced concrete (GFRC) was started to produce for the satisfaction of different demands. Scientific studies and tests on the GFRC have shown that the physical and mechanical properties of the GFRC change depending on the quality of the materials and the accuracy of the production methods. GFRC can be used wherever a light, strong, fire resistant, weather resistant, attractive, impermeable material is needed. As technology advances, it is possibly expected to build the whole building and complex freeform with low cost. In recent years, the effect of glass fibres in hybrid mixtures has been investigated for high-performance concrete (HPC), an emerging technology termed, which has become popular in the construction industry.
Glass fiber reinforced concrete or GFRC is a type of fiber-reinforced concrete. The product is also known as glassfibre reinforced concrete or GRC in British English. Glass fiber concretes are mainly used in exterior building façade panels and as architectural precast concrete. Somewhat similar materials are fiber cement siding and cement boards.
Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete or GRC (sometimes called Glassfibre Reinforced Cement and Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete or GFRC), and known around the world by various names such as Composite Ciment Verre or CCV, Fiber Beton, Fiber Takviyeli Beton and Glasfaserbeton or GFB, is a mixture of cement, fine aggregate, water, chemical admixtures and alkali resistant glassfibres
If you aren’t yet familiar with glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) you should be. GFRC is a specialized form of concrete with many applications. It can be effectively used to create façade wall panels, fireplace surrounds, vanity tops and concrete countertops due to its unique properties and tensile strength. One of the best ways to truly understand the benefits of GFRC is to take a deeper look into this unique compound.