GFRC stands for "Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete".
It is a Portland cement based composite with alkalide resistant glass fibers
randomly dispersed throughout the sand/cement matrix.
The fibers serve a purpose similar to the reinforcing steel
in reinforced concrete, which is placed primarily in stress areas.
Because the glass fibers add flexibility and impact strength, architectural panels made from GFRC are strong, durable, and lightweight.
GFRC is a form of concrete, therefore, acid
staining, dying and integral pigmentation are all possible. GFRC can be engraved, polished, sandblasted and stenciled. If you can
imagine it, our goal is to do it.