Acrylic Concrete Fibers
The ultimate solution for
stronger, more durable, and crack-resistant concrete
Introducing Acrylic Fibers for Concrete – the ultimate solution for stronger, more durable, and crack-resistant concrete.
Acrylic Concrete fibers are revolutionizing the concrete industry by providing an innovative alternative to traditional reinforcement methods. With their exceptional properties, acrylic fibers are the perfect solution to ensure your concrete structures are built to last.
Our concrete fibers are available in several lengths, making them suitable for various applications, including precast concrete, shotcrete, and cast-in-place concrete. They are easy to mix into concrete and do not require any special equipment, making them an excellent choice for small and large-scale projects alike.
Whether you're building a new home, a commercial building, or a bridge, acrylic fibers for concrete are the perfect solution for your construction needs. So why settle for ordinary concrete when you can have the ultimate solution that guarantees a longer lifespan for your structures? Choose acrylic fibers for built in reinforcement for your concrete today and build with confidence.
R-E-D Industrial Products Acrylic Concrete fibers are at the forefront of ingenuity when it comes to sustainability in concrete. See the information below to find out how acrylic fibers can provide you with more strength at half the dosage, less clumping, and a smooth finish, this is how acrylic fibers can provide you with a sustainable solution for your next project.
Applicability for Sustainability:
Reduce the carbon footprint of concrete by replacing traditional steel reinforcement with concrete fibers.
Enhance the durability of concrete by increasing its resistance to cracking and shrinkage, reducing the need for frequent repairs or replacements.
Improve the energy efficiency of buildings by using concrete fibers as insulation materials, which can reduce heating and cooling costs.
Reduce water usage during the production of concrete by replacing some of the water with concrete fibers, which can improve workability and reduce the need for additional water.