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Concrete And Screed Fibres Now At Greengates Builders Merchants Accrington, Lancashire

TDP Concrete Fibres and Screed Fibres

Fibre technology in concrete and screeding has been extensively used throughout the civil and construction industry for many years, but until now has been unavailable for the smaller project. At long last with TDP Concrete Fibres and Screed Fibres you can achieve a high quality finish with an excellent surface hardness improving resistance to wear and tear. The major benefit is that these fibres will help minimise shrinking which in turn will reduce cracking. Easy to use, just add to your mix, allow 1 to 2 minutes for admixing.

TDP Concrete Fibres and Screed Fibres are made up of high tensile strength, polypropylene fibres, which disperse quickly and evenly when added into a mix of concrete or screed.

These fibres are manufactured from polypropylene and will not cause irritation when handled. This product is chemically inert.

Concrete and Screed Fibres 100g Bags

As a proportion of the concrete or screed mix, 1 x 100g bag is used to 1 x 25kg bag of cement. In a standard sized cement mixer (90 litre capacity) 1/3 of the cement bag is used to create a standard concrete/screed mix at one time, therefore 1/3 of the fibre bag contents are added to each mix.

Concrete and Screed Fibres Uses:

  • Industrial and Domestic Flooring
  • Concrete paths and driveways
  • Foundation bases
  • Conservatory Floors
  • Under Floor heating
  • Garage Floors
  • Extension Floors
  • Floor Repairs

Concrete Fibres and Screed Fibres Benefits:

  • Adds easily to mix, dispersing quickly and evenly
  • Strengthens bonding during curing stage
  • Improves Wear Resistance
  • Non Irritant
  • Reduces the need for remedial work
  • Tried and tested at CERAM Building Technology

 

Contact us today to hear more about this fantastic new product

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