I’ve written many articles and filmed several videos on a wide range of topics regarding Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC). This article serves to index and organize all of those articles and videos, helping you to study GFRC in a logical manner.
- GFRC excerpts video:
- FREE 1-hour seminar “Understanding GFRC”:
- FREE 2.5-hour seminar “Step by Step GFRC with Mix Design”: Click here.
- Complete GFRC self-study video training: Click here.
Further GFRC Training:
- Introduction to GFRC
- Creating concrete countertops using GFRC: mix ingredients, casting techniques, curing and processing
- 10 Reasons GFRC is Better than Precast
- Understanding glass fibers in GFRC
- More about fibers: The difference between AR glass fibers and other types of fibers used in concrete
- More about fibers: SCC Backer Mix: Beware of fiber alignment
- More about fibers: Will monofilament fibers work?
- What does polymer do in GFRC?
- Recommended polymer for GFRC: Forton VF774
- How to calculate polymer and fibers in GFRC concrete countertop mix designs
- Dry Polymers versus Wet Polymers for GFRC: A detailed analysis and recommendation
- More information about the dry/wet polymer testing procedure
- How to be successful with dry polymers in GFRC mixes
- How to embed glass or stone decorative aggregate in GFRC
- Case study: Making a concrete sign monolith using GFRC
- Case study: When does a GFRC concrete countertop look just like a cast in place concrete countertop (using face coats)