Steel fiber reinforcement has been around since the 1970s and continues to evolve with time. The bents and hooks are
crucial to the fiber’s anchoring performance and subsequent concrete ductility.
These features, in combination with steel elongation, are the main-differentiators of our Dramix®
steel fiber concrete reinforcement series.
Unlike traditional reinforcement, Dramix® steel fiber concrete
reinforcement actively reinforce every part of the concrete structure, allowing them to detect small cracks immediately after they occur.
Concrete has low tensile strength and ductility. Adding reinforcement is necessary to resist stresses and strains in structural
members. World leading institutes such as the ACI and ASCE recommend using steel fiber as reinforced concrete to:
The performance of Dramix® steel fiber reinforcement is continuously being researched and tested. Click to watch our videos to learn more.
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