“Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete”GFRC was
originally developed in the 1940’s in Russia, but it
wasn’t until the 1970’s that the current form came
into widespread use.
GFRC is used to make large, lightweight panels that
are often used as façades of the buildings for
commercially & Residential
GFRC does not replace “reinforced concrete” when
true load carrying capacity is required.
GFRC uses alkali resistant glass fibers as the
principle tensile-load carrying member. The polymer
and concrete matrix serves to bind the fibers together
and transfer loads from one fiber to another via shear
stresses through the matrix
Exterior cladding sheet in design panel & plain sheet
Moldings and cornices of the buildings
Corbellings of window
Pillars with capital and base.
Balusters and railing system.
Garden lamp posts
GRC cable thoughts.
GRC LOUVERS for duct covering in multi-storied