Due to their extreme tensile strength, our carbon fibres are the perfect reinforcement where maximum performance is required. Their load-bearing capacity is far superior to that of steel and glass fibres. In terms of tensile strength, they are therefore just as attractive as glass fibres, but offer a higher performance spectrum. They serve as an alternative to classic steel reinforcement in particularly highly loaded thin-walled components such as concrete furniture or industrial floors. They are easy to bend and process, and they do not rust. When used in particularly flowable concretes, we recommend combining them with our dispersible glass fibres type D12 to prevent the textile from floating. Use our CONCRETE CALCULATOR and the TEXTILE REINFORCED CONCRETE MANUAL to choose the right quality for you.
Shown here is type 214 with the following material properties:
Material: Carbon fibre 48K knitted / Carbon fibre 12K
Weight per unit area: 380 g/m²
Specific density: 1.78 g/cm³
Mesh size lengthwise: 10 mm
Mesh width crosswise: 15 mm
Fibre cross-sectional area lengthwise: 142 mm²/m
Fibre cross-sectional area crosswise: 25 mm²/m
Yarn tensile strength: 4300 N/mm²
Tear strength lengthwise: 30315 N/5cm
Tear strength crosswise: 5375 N/5cm
Temperature application range: up to 40°C
Modulus of elasticity: 250.000 N/mm²
The roll width is 100 cm or 300 cm. The recommended overlap width at joints is 30 cm.
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