Fiber9 Nine Fundamentals for Fiber Reinforcement in the Mix

Finding a secondary reinforcement concrete fiber that is a low dose, insoluble, transparent in the mix, and uniquely designed is crucial to the success of an architectural concrete floor. It should provide isotropic fiber reinforcement that displaces evenly, without clumping or unsightly protrusion from concrete commonly seen in other fibers. The even dispersion and transparency in the mix will make it the best choice for exposed architectural concrete with integral or dyed floors and all exposed concrete finishes, vertical or horizontal. Also transparent in placement and finishing providing no burden to the pumping or finishing crews. Without the need for WWM mats, layout, installation, overlapping, tying/placing, and potential vapor barrier damage due to puncture, the fiber reinforces. Fiber's unique formulation forms an ionic bond within the new matrix, attacking plastic shrinkage cracking and reducing it over 94%! Three-dimensional, next-generation reinforcement from top to bottom.

  1. Dry-shrinkage is controllable
  2. The Level of Reinforcement
  3. The Types of Fiber Reinforcement
  4. The Fiber Dosage
  5. The Mix Design
  6. Transparency in the Mix
  7. Producer Partnership
  8. Managing Expectations
  9. Managing Specifications

Primary Products

Modified Acrylic Isometric fiber
Polypropylene/Polyethylene Isometric fiber
Virgin Polypropylene fiber Isometric fiber
Variety of Steel Fiber