Architectural concrete gradually found its way into the world of interior furniture. Today it is used in the kitchen, whether in the form of the rear wall or a working table. Similarly, the concrete is used in the manufacture of chairs, tables, coffee tables, shelves, seats, benches, lighting, etc. Find architectural concrete in a modern bathroom is nothing exceptional, except for wall and floor tiles used also in the production of washbasins, bathtubs, shower trays, shelves, counters.
Architectural concrete is produced from a mixture of alkali-modified polymere and fiberglass. This combination offers new possibilities for the design of concrete products.
• High strength – at a pressure of 100 MPa and 30 MPa flexural allows architectural concrete maximum possible load and extreme durability of large-format thin concrete slabs.
• Large size and thickness – at the format of architectural concrete 1.50 mx 3.00 m is minimum material thickness 10 mm. The maximum possible length of the architectural concrete is 6.00 m requires a minimum thickness 15 mm.
• Ductility, flexibility, plasticity – material allows the production of concrete elements of individual 2D and 3D geometry, bending, shaping, rounding corners without contacts and bonding.
• Authentic – using basic natural materials and glass fiber looks architectural concrete as an ordinary concrete but on a high quality level.
• Individual – the possibilities of combining colors, textures and surface treatments provide endless possibilities for unique elements.
• Ecological – the use of natural materials, light weight, low cost per transport, handling and installation, while reducing environmental impact.
• Frost resistance, water resistance, flame resistance – these characteristics guarantee to products of architectural concrete high durability and wide range of applicability.