GFRC is a composite material made of portland cement, silica sand and reinforced with randomly
dispersed alkali-resistant glass fibers and polymer emulsions. The fibers serve
a purpose similar to the reinforcing steel in reinforced concrete. The glass
fibers add flexural, tensile and impact strength allowing for the production of
strong and durable, yet thin and lightweight, cladding architectural panels for
all types of buildings.
GFRC is material with high initial plasticity that is responsive to designers needs. It can be molded into a variety of sculptured and complex rectilinear and curvilinear shapes. Traditional architectural shapes and intricate ornamental details can be faithfully reproduced, but also complex surface designs or profiles can be cast to suit architect’s requirements. Optimum economy occurs however when reuse of forms is maximized with product repetition. A variety of colors and textures are available, including simulating natural stone, terracotta, and metal.
The possibilities are only limited by imagination!
GFRC panels can withstand compressive pressure of 550 kg/cm2
absence of metal reinforcement enables us to cast 10mm thick panels
admixture forms a thin layer on surface which protect from UV rays, major cause for discoloration
GFRC panels can be designed to act as noise barriers to be used in expressway, room partition
our job is to bring an architect’s imagination to life
AccuLink GFRC was started with the purpose to explore the complete range GFRC applications and bring innovative architectural solutions with the help of architects.
AccuLink GFRC designs, fabricates & installs its GFRC solution on a turnkey basis, working closely with architects, designers, builders and general contractors to develop the most cost-effective approach. Our materials enable architects and designers to incorporate complex or simple elements that lend an exciting dimension to interior and exterior spaces.
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