Unlike traditional steel methods, Fibermesh fibers are uniformly distributed throughout the concrete mix and are always positioned positively so as to become an integral part of the concrete composite.
Fiber mesh synthetic concrete fibers reduce the formation of plastic shrinkage and settlement cracks by discouraging the segregation of the concrete ingredients while adding tensile strain capacity to plastic concrete. This reduction or elimination of plastic cracks enables the concrete to develop its optimum long-term integrity.
The Fibermesh “network of reinforcement” reaches every cubic inch of the concrete section for uniform reinforcement that minimizes early age cracking, reduces water migration, increases impact, abrasion and shatter resistance and provides residual strength and crack protection throughout.
Available with patented e3® technology that is engineered in specific lengths, thicknesses and mix ratios to enhance uniform distribution in fresh concrete.
The coating system sets new standards in surface coating. The GEPOTECH hot spray systems are products based on polyurea and are characterized by their high performance abilities.
In our new Video we show in detail the application possibilities and the application steps of these multi-functional systems.
This embraces a wide range of applications, above all in the following areas:
LAU plants (retaining bunds for liquids hazardous to water courses, dissipative areas for production processes in the chemical industry)
JGS plants (waterproof construction of plants to store and decant manure slurry and silage run-off liquids as well as for accessible silos)
Waste water treatment plants (sewerage plants, waste water channels and pits, inlet hoist apparatus)
Collection pits (fire water retaining basins, basins for the preparation of industrial process water)
Waterproofing beneath ceramic tiled finishes
Waterproofing in multi-storey car parks
Abrasion protection (for industrial plants, for concrete troughs as ‘compartment protection’)
Isolation of stray current (for rails, points and trackside boxes)
To prevent static charge build-up in the chemical and electronics industries
Loading ramps and warehouse areas