Lightweight and environmentally friendly with the flexibility to form virtually any shape, size and finish, GRC (Glass Reinforced Concrete) is a material with a high cement:aggregate ratio. The addition of AR (Alkaline resistant) glass fibres results in concrete design thicknesses of around 15mm.  There are obvious opportunities for weight savings with this product to meet either Health and Safety requirements or engineering solutions.

Key Features

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Can be installed from mechanical access equipment

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Varied size options

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Fast Track solution

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Cost Effective

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Lightweight and non-load bearing

 What is Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete (GRC)?

Its unique combination of high strength and low weight – up to 80% lighter than traditional precast cladding – together with the fact that it’s easy to both handle and install, makes GRC popular with many architects and property developers.

So it’s no surprise that it’s chosen extensively for exterior building façade panels.

This glass fibre reinforced concrete requires minimal maintenance to keep its desired appearance. So if you’re needing a versatile, environmentally-sound material for your office or large commercial project, GRC could be the choice for you.