Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) is one of the most versatile building materials available to architects and engineers. Developed in the twentieth century, GFRC has been making a significant contribution to the economics, technology, and aesthetics of modern construction worldwide for over 40 years.
Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete is a composite material made of cement, fine aggregates, water, chemical admixtures and alkali resistant (AR) glass fibres, which can be engineered to suit a wide range of applications. GFRC is very versatile and can be suitably moulded into wide variety of complex shapes and profiles.
GFRC is also most suitable for seismic regions as GFRC has a tendency to bend and not crack under seismic pressure. The design and manufacture of GFRC products is covered by international standards, which have been developed in Europe, America, Asia and Australia. GFRC is manufactured in over 100 countries.