Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete
LTFSPL, talking advantage of constant development in construction equipment, steel fiber reinforcement and materials, offers high tolerance traditional or jointless industrial floors, suited for both Free and Defined movement facilities according to Concrete Society’s TR34, DIN 18202, DIN 15185 and ASTM standards. Steel fibres are commonly used in concrete to provide structural (load-bearing) capacity and for the control of shrinkage-induced cracking.
Steel fibres for reinforcing concrete are manufactured from cold-drawn wire and are used in grade or ground supported floors. Normally the preferred length is 60 mm, with aspect ratios of 80 (ratio of length to nominal diameter). In order to gain pull-out resistance fibres have hooked end profile. Glued Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete (SFRC)-provides you with a time saving and cost efficient solution for flooring. Being Multi dimensional reinforcement it offer following advantages:-
- Optimal Load bearing
- Optimal Crack control
- High fatigue resistance
- High impact resistance
Get more out of your slab
- Easier to maintain
- Longer lifespan
- Optimized Thickness
- Timesaving construction
- Better Performance
- The ductile steel fibre floor with stands moderate deformations, minimizes curling of concrete slab.
- Easier and more accurate installation of Super flat floor.