GLASS FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE

GFRC

GFRC is a type of concrete that uses glass fibers for reinforcement instead of steel. It is typically cast in a thin section. Since the fibers cannot rust like steel, there is no need for a protective concrete cover thickness to prevent rusting. With the thin, hollow construction of GFRC products, they can weigh a fraction of the weight of traditional precast concrete.

GLASS FIBER REINFORCED POLYMER

GFRP

Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic (GFRP or GRP) Fiberglass is a type of fiber-reinforced plastic where the reinforcement fiber is specifically glass fiber. The glass fiber may be randomly arranged, flattened into a sheet (called a chopped strand mat), or woven into a fabric. The plastic matrix may be a thermosetting plastic – most often epoxy, polyester resin – or vinylester, or a thermoplastic.

GLASS FIBER REINFORCED GYPSUM

GFRG

A new product now known as Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum (GFRG), also referred to as Fiberglass Reinforced Gypsum (FRG) and Glass Reinforced Gypsum (GRG). This included gypsum plaster reinforced with glass fibers to produce a thin, lightweight, yet strong material.

ULTRA HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE

UHPC

DCS are the pioneers’ of UHPC Manufacturing in Qatar, DCS with the cooperation of Dyckerhoff (Germany) and guidelines of Durcrete Consulatnt (Germany) successfully developed the UHPC Mix Design to meet the required Specifications (180 Mpa Compressive Strength & 25 Mpa Flexural Strength).

Dyckerhoff has signed an exclusive agreement with Doha Cladding Solutions (DCS) for the export of special Nanodur to Qatar. DCS takes care of the import procedure, supervision and can easily carry out mix demonstrations to ensure an uncomplicated access to UHPC. The agreement grants DCS exclusivity for the purchase of Nanodur Compound within Qatar.

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