GRC Elevation Means Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) is one of the most versatile building materials available to architects and engineers. Developed in the twentieth century, GRC Elevation has been making a significant contribution to the economics, technology, and aesthetics of modern construction worldwide for over 40 years. GRC Elevation (GFRC) is a composite material made of cement, fine aggregates, water, chemical admixtures and alkali resistant (AR) glass fibres, which can be engineered to suit a wide range of applications. GRC Elevation (GFRC) is very versatile and can be suitably moulded into wide variety of complex shapes and profiles.
- GFRC products are easy to handle and fast to erect.
- GFRC is easily molded to reproduce shapes, details and textures
- GFRC can be cast into fine details design of thin cladding elements
- GFRC can be coloured with pigments, paints and natural stone facings
- GFRC offers designers unrivalled flexibility
- GFRC does not suffer from corrosion Er environmentally friendly
- GFRC is durable against extreme weather conditions
- GFRC offers a wide variety of shapes and surface finishes.