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fibreC Façade Covering, African colours Nr 1
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fibreC Façade Covering, African colours

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fibreC Façade Covering, African colours

01 product description

Product description

fibreC, which is also known as “concrete skin” and has won international architectural awards - is a concrete panel reinforced with glassfibres which combines the advantages of concrete and glassfibres in one product: it is as solid, mouldable and durable as concrete, but thanks to the glassfibres also thin-walled, fireproof and light-weight. Like a skin of concrete, it allows the construction of slim elements with a tensile strength. The extremely thin concrete slabs contribute to the new language of shapes.

All pictures: Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa, fibreC, typical african colours, Ferro & Matt
Architect: Boogertman Urban Edge & Partners, Johannesburg, South Africa

02 dimensions/weight


overall dimension  
width
1,2 m
length
2,5 m, 3,6 m

03 Technical Data

technical description

A new concrete quality:
-Increased fire resistance: good thermic values and fire resistance class A1 according to DIN standard, highest fire resistance and thermal stability up to 350°Celsius
-Performance: highest loading capacity at minimum cross sections and enormous panel sizes set new standards in facade engineering for interior and exterior applications.
-Long-term durability: proven long-term durability for both interior and exterior applications thanks to highest product quality.
-Authenticity: The use of purely mineral raw materials in the concrete matrix results in top quality meeting the highest requirements. fibreC is authentic. Concrete - not more and not less!
-Formability: bending, forming and chamfering of elements in one piece at constant solidity and without adhesive
-Individuality: A maximum degree of individuality of the elements is achieved by the new concept of industrial manufactory. Each element is unique in size, colour and surface.

Long-term durability
fibreC glassfibreConcrete has a durability of over 50 years. Natural signs of wear in no way impair the mechanical load capacity and safety of the panels. Soiling, e.g. through street exposure, can influence differences in colour and gloss more strongly over the years than natural weathering. Upon request we will be pleased to send you information material on tests and certificates regarding maintenance and durability!

Specification
Sizes: 1,2 x 2,5 m and 1,2 x 3,6 m (purpose-designed sizes on request)
Thickness 8, 10 and 13 mm
Thickness tolerance max. ± 1mm
Bending tensile strength min. 18 Mpa according to EN 12467
Elasticity Module 20.000 N/mm²
Dead Load 26 - 32 kg/m2 (13 mm)
Thermal expansion coefficient 10 x 10-6K-1
Building material class A1 (according to DIN 4102) - incombustible
Thermal Stability depending on slab humidity up to 350° Celsius
Waterproofness according to EN 12467
Thermal and Rain testing according to EN 12467
Frost Resistance according to EN 12467

04 Dimensions (available Sizes)


Dimensions (available Sizes)  
Height (thickness)
1,3 cm

05 Tags

Architecture, Education, Featured Project, Office Buildings, Public Spaces, Residential, Rieder Articles, Rieder Products, Special: Adaptive Facades

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07 Glossary

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