Glass-Fibre Reinforced Concrete
Glass-fiber reinforced concrete or GFRC is a type of fibre-reinforced concrete containing fibrous material which increases its structural integrity. It contains short fibres that are uniformly distributed and randomly oriented. The character of fibre-reinforced concrete changes with varying mixtures, element geometries and surfaces. The product is also known as GRC in British English.
Lindner manufactures premium GFRC products and normally uses spray methods in the production processes. Sprayed GFRC is generally stronger than premix vibration cast processes. The thin-walled design results in enormous weight savings compared to conventional types of concrete. Especially for cladding and elements with high aesthetic demands on 3D shapes, surfaces and colours, LinCrete GFRC offers project-specific solutions combining the well-established advantages of Lindner Group's facade and interior construction products.