DUBAI: 5000 TONS OF FIBRES JUST IN TIME
News and facts on how fibre reinforced concrete is used in industrial floors, security technology, residential construction, traffic areas, UHPC, concrete precast elements, refractory concrete and tunnel construction plus interesting information on KrampeHarex® fibre applications as well as building law, tips, tricks and application reports. This magazine is our way of sharing our knowledge and experience with you. We want you to benefit from it too!
Steel fibers - on the way to the future
Crack control, post-cracking tensile behavior, ductility and a less sensitive concrete surface are just some of the positive material properties of steel fiber-reinforced concrete.
A work of art to breathe again
Norwegian artist Viel Bjerkeset Andersen explains how a project team of artists, urban planners and engineers can create a special infrastructure.
New benchmarks in fire protection
KrampeFibrin® polypropylene fibres enable preventive fire protection – for example, in the Leipzig City Tunnel.
Full speed ahead for enhanced fire protection
Deutsche Bahn chose polypropylene fibres from KrampeHarex® for the Old Schlüchtern Tunnel.
A 14.3 km long road underneath the sea
KrampeHarex® steel fibres helped build the world’s longest and deepest underwater road tunnel.
High-tech roads fit for the future
Fibre reinforced concrete lays the foundation for economical, durable and safe high-performance traffic areas.
Refractory fibres for industry
KrampeHarex® makes innovative refractory fibres for high-temperature industrial systems.
Amazon – Built on KRAMPEHAREX®
The floors at 7 Amazon warehouses in Germany are reinforced with KrampeHarex® fibres.
Architecture of the future
With UHPC concrete, buildings have already been realized that point the way to the future. With special fiber concrete, the possibilities are almost limitless.