Fiber Concrete

Fiberglass concrete is a composite building material that consists of cement, sand, water, and various types of fibers, such as glass fiber, polypropylene fiber, glass fiber reinforced, etc.

It is characterized by high strength, resistance to mechanical stress, corrosion and aggressive environments. It is widely used in construction for the manufacture of exterior walls, ceilings, facade panels, steps, balconies, stairs and other building elements.

Fiber concrete can also be used to strengthen surfaces prone to cracking, such as walls, ceilings, floors, foundations, etc. It can be used as reinforcement in concrete structures to increase their strength and durability.

This material is an environmentally safe material, as it does not contain hazardous substances and does not emit harmful substances into the environment during operation.