Buddy Rhodes Concrete Products

Reinforcements

The majority of artisan concrete projects, including concrete countertops, architectural panels, concrete vanities, and concrete furniture pieces often achieve their primary reinforcement using fiber technology. Three of the reinforcing fibers that are the most widely used are Alkali Resistant Glass Fibers, PVA Fibers, and AC50 Acrylic Fibers

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  1. Alkali Resistant (AR) Glass Fiber

    Alkali Resistant (AR) Glass Fiber

    Starting at: $6.90

    Alkali Resistant (AR) Glass fibers are manufactured from a specially formulated glass composition with an optimum level of Zirconia (ZrO2) to be suitable for use in concrete. Learn More
  2. Alkali Resistant Glass Scrim

    Alkali Resistant Glass Scrim

    Starting at: $40.00

    Alkali Resistant Glass Scrim is an oriented fiber fabric. Scrims are particularly used in conjunction with fiber reinforced mixes to provide additional tensile strengths in locations that will experience point-specific strain. Learn More
  3. PVA (Polyvinyl Alcohol) Fiber

    PVA (Polyvinyl Alcohol) Fiber

    Starting at: $11.79

    PVA Fibers (polyvinyl alcohol) are high-performance reinforcement fibers for concrete and mortar. Learn More
  4. Acrylic Fiber AC50

    Acrylic Fiber AC50

    Starting at: $6.90

    Acrylic Fiber AC50 is a concrete additive that enhances the performance and durability of concrete, adding years to its useful life. Learn More

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