Proven Results ( 10 Results )
Seeing Concrete Shrinkage Neutralized with Daragrout ExpandWhat does neutralizing drying shrinkage look like? We wanted to find out, so we poured two test cubes. The only difference between the two is the addition of Daragrout Expand to the cube on the right. You'll be surprised at the difference one ingredient can make.
Millport Slough Bridge | Lincoln County, Oregon | 2010Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymers (GFRP) rebar was used for the construction of this new structure situated in the Siletz Bay, a Federally protected estuary, on the Oregon Coast Highway 101
Morristown Smart Bridge built with a fully reinforced GFRP rebar deck.A girder type bridge with a 9 in. thick concrete slab deck spanning 144ft. This is the first bridge deck worldwide, of this size and category, where the concrete slab was fully reinforced with GFRP reinforcing bars. Additionally 12 fiber optic sensors were installed, classifying it as a Smart Bridge.
Quarry Wall Stabilization Without Welded Wire MeshThe job was completed using 1700/lbs of Nycon XL-100 (10/lb per CY) for a 170 Cubic Yard Shotcrete project at an estimated material and labor cost of $0.27/sqft vs $0.86/sqft for using welded wire mesh.
SlenderWall With Nycon-PVA Fiber ReinforcementDuring the month of March, 2013, a 12 ft. x 16 ft. SlenderWall panel, containing Nycon PVA RSC15 fiber reinforcement in the 2 inches of architectural precast, successfully completed a series of demanding dynamic tests performed by National Certified Testing Laboratories of York, PA.
The Winning Entry: Nycon PVA Fibers Make a Tough and Durable Concrete Canoe
Nycon PVA RMS702 fibers led to Cal Poly’s winning entry. This was due to the low weight and a high flexural strength of the concrete mixture.
Cal Poly specifically stated in their design paper that “[Nycon] 6 mm PVA fibers, assisted in reducing micro-cracking and increasing the durability of the canoe.”