Fiber reinforced concrete (FRC) consists of a concrete mixture that is reinforced with dispersed, randomly oriented fibers. Engineers, architects, owners, specifiers and concrete contractors are increasingly turning to the use of fibers as a means of reinforcing their concrete, making fiber reinforced concrete one of the fastest-growing segments in the concrete industry.
Technical resources, such as the American Concrete Institute (ACI), have published guidelines pertaining to the proper specification and use of fiber reinforced concrete. Using our online searchable database, you can use any of the below keywords to search for application and fiber type configurations.

Fiber Reinforced Applications   Concrete Fiber Types

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