Macro Synthetic Reinforcing Fiber

Macro synthetic fibers or concrete plastic fibers (MFL™ code) of Afzir Company are high strength fibers that are used to reinforce concrete in order to increase strength, durability, improve the mechanical properties of concrete and control cracking. Concrete polymer fibers (MFL™) is an alternative to rebars that are designed and manufactured in order to create high-performance concrete, reduce concrete plastic shrinkage, increase fatigue resistance, hardness and improve concrete’s impact resistance. Ribbed plastic fibers of concrete are economically very affordable and are a good substitute for reinforcement to reinforce concrete. Macro synthetic and plastic concrete fibers are composed of natural polymer structure with the same propylene bonds, which strengthen and strengthen concrete with better containment and proper adhesion to concrete.


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Features


  • Increasing tensile, shear and bending strength of concrete
  • No corrosion in concrete
  • Increasing the durability and hardness of concrete
  • Increasing the resistance of concrete against impact and fatigue
  • Increasing the resistance of concrete against thermal stresses caused by concrete cracking
  • Controlling cracks caused by concrete shrinkage
  • Increasing the dynamic resistance of concrete
  • Long term stability
  • Increased resistance to seismic loads
  • Easy implementation
  • Economical compared to the construction of reinforced concrete with reinforcement

Applications


  • Industrial floors of military warehouses, power plants, parking lots and sheds
  • Using polymer fibers for existing slabs in residential and commercial structures
  • The use of macro synthetic fibers in the concrete paving of airport roads, highways and sidewalks
  • Ribbed plastic fibers suitable for concrete shotcrete applications
  • Production of reinforced concrete parts with polymer fibers
  • As a concrete additive to strengthen and reinforce the concrete walls of tunnels and mining mines
  • Can be used in the deck of metal and concrete bridges
  • Concreting steel deck roofs
  • The ability to produce concrete with high resistance to impact and wear
  • Concrete macro synthetic fibers are suitable for mixing in concrete repair mortars
  • Macro synthetic polymer is suitable for the concrete of different parts of the structure
  • Ribbed plastic fibers are used to produce concrete with high impact and tensile strength
  • Construction of reinforced concrete structures with resistant polymer fibers such as military and nuclear structures

Packaging


  • depending on the type of application in lengths of 30, 40 and 50 mm

Colour


  • white
  • Gray

technical specifications

Physical Properties
color

grey & white

material

polypropylene

Fiber length

30,40,50 mm

diagonal

2-3mm

Shelf time

Two years in original packaging

storage temperature

5-35 ℃

Mechanical Properties
density

0.9 g/cm3

tensile strength

690MPa

Alkali resistance

good

Water absorption

0

corrosion resistance

great

Application Instructions

Consumption measure:

The average consumption of plastic fibers in concrete varies from 1 to 4 kg per cubic meter of concrete, depending on the type of use and desired performance.

Composition and method of use:

Afzir’s concrete plastic fibers are poured directly into the concrete mixer during or after mixing. For each cubic meter of concrete, at least 4 to 5 minutes of high-speed mixing should be done so that the plastic fibers are completely combined with the concrete mixture and spread uniformly everywhere.

technical documents

Technical Data Sheet (TDS)

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Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

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Drawings

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the uses of macrosynthetic fibers?

Macrosynthetic fibers or concrete plastic fibers (MFL™ code) of Afzir Company are high-strength fibers that are used to reinforce concrete in order to increase strength, durability, improve the mechanical properties of concrete and control cracking.

How is the packaging of concrete macrosynthetic fibers?

Depending on the type of application, length dimensions of 30, 40 and 50 mm are packaged in the market.

What is the specific weight and density of macrosynthetic fibers?

0.9g/cm3 is the density of macrosynthetic fibers

What is the mechanical characteristic of macrosynthetic fibers?

Microsynthetic fibers have a higher resistance to plastic shrinkage cracks than stainless steel bars.

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