FIBERCRETE has been conceptualized due to the desire and a vision to offer value added benefits to the Construction sector.

We are using the most modern Extrusion or Production technologies to offer world class fiber products under “MAKE IN INDIA” and “#ATMANIRBHAR” to cater to the requirements of INDIA and the WORLD.

FIBERCRETE was launched after extensive Research & Development and collaboration with leading RMC / EPC companies in INDIA and around the World.

Watch a Video Comparing Fibercrete® Reinforced Concrete to Conventional Concrete

See the Impact Resistance & Crack Resistance of Fiber Reinforced Concrete (FRC) & Plain Concrete

Steel Reinforcement

  • Expensive
  • Gets Corroded
  • Labor intensive
  • Time consuming
  • 2D Reinforcement
  • Machines / Equipments


  • Cost Effective
  • No Corrosion Effect
  • No Labor
  • Less Time
  • 3D Reinforcement
  • No Machines / Equipment

History of Fibers

The concept of using fibers as reinforcement is not new. Fibers have been used as reinforcement since ancient times. Historically, horsehair was used in mortar and straw in mud bricks. In the 1900s, Asbestos fibers were used in concrete. In the 1950s, the concept of composite materials came into existence. By 1960s, Synthetic fibers (such as polypropylene) were used in concrete. Research into new fiber-reinforced concretes continues today, under ASTM and EFNARC Standards.

Effect of Fibers

Synthetic fibers are most commonly added to concrete in order to reduce the Shrinkage Cracks. Shrinkage cracks occur mainly due to moisture loss in concrete. Shrinkage cracks are short, irregular cracks that can develop in concrete within first 24hours after placing.

They also reduce the permeability of concrete and thus reduce bleeding of water. Some types of fibers produce greater impact, abrasion in concrete. Synthetic fibers can replace rebar or steel completely in certain situations.

Benefits of Fibers

  • Reduces plastic shrinkage cracks, increases impact and abrasion resistance.
  • Reduce crack widths and control the crack widths tightly, thus improving durability.
  • Fibers act as a multi dimensional reinforcement and helps in distributing a tensile stress uniformly.
  • Improve resistance to explosive spalling in case of a severe fire.
  • Fibers are hydrophobic in nature, they don’t absorb water. Hence water seepage can be controlled.
  • It acts as a secondary reinforcement for a concrete.
  • The rate of speed of construction is also high.
  • Fibers are light in weight and easy to handle.
  • Reduces corrosion effect of steel, segregation and bleeding of concrete during placement.
  • Low inventory space required and minimizes human force for bar bending works.

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