Glass fiber reinforced concrete is a precast product, comprised of Lehigh White Portland Cement and sand mixed with alkali-resistant glass fibers. The fibers are similar in purpose to the reinforcing steel that is placed in tensile stress areas of concrete. This added flexural, tensile and impact strength makes GFRC architectural panels strong, yet lightweight. This architectural system offers a wide range of possibilities in size and shape, from short radius curves to sweeping arcs and 90-degree angles. When constructed using Lehigh White Portland Cement, GFRC panels afford architects one of the most innovative construction materials available for giving life to their designs.
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