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Let us design your future polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete element.

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What we can do for you

Let us design your future structural concrete element, using polypropylene fibers instead of conventional reinforcement.

Slabs

Large area ground supported slabs. Can be reinforced with polypropylene fiber reinforcement alone, or in combination with steel reinforcement. Eliminate or reduce conventional steel mesh.

Point Foundations

In-situ cast point foundations. Can be reinforced with polypropylene fiber reinforcement alone, or in combination with steel reinforcement. Say goodbye to steel cages.

Strip Foundations

Continuous in-situ cast strip foundations. Can be reinforced with polypropylene fiber reinforcement alone, or in combination with steel reinforcement. Remove those steel bars!

Walls

In-situ cast or precast walls. Using polypropylene fiber reinforcement can help you reduce the amount of steel reinforcement. The double mesh can be reduced to a single mesh, while perhaps also removing all horizontal steel bars.

Beams

In-situ or precast beams or wall lintels. Using polypropylene fiber reinforcement can help you reduce the longitudinal reinforcement and remove all stirrups. Nobody likes stirrups.

Basement Walls

Basement walls are so good, Daniel or Louis, tell us about the wonders of how you build this stuff, so I dont have to talk nonsense any more. Please, I beg you. This is just pathetic.

Decks

Floor separation plates or self-bearing slabs. Using polypropylene fiber reinforcement can help you get rid of some of the statically unused steel reinforcement. Farewell double mesh.

Calculation Programs

Program Pricing

The monthly subscription is cheap and flexible. The floating licenses for each program can be purchased separately and added and removed during the month for maximum flexibility.

Pricing of the calculation programs are based on the amount of programs you add to your tool box and the amount of users per program. The more you buy, the bigger the discount!

Great Value

Monthly Fee

330 DKK

per user / program

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The more you buy, the bigger the discount
No contracts. Cancel anytime

Discounts

10%

per additional program

50%

per additional user

FAQs

Your questions answered

We have answered some common questions below. Any other questions, please get in touch.

PPCD stands for Polypropylene Concrete Designs. Polypropylene is the plastic material of which the fibers are made.

Until recently, polypropylene fibers and fibers in general have been widely used as an addition to conventional steel reinforcement to reduce plastic shrinkage, i.e. not as structural reinforcement. Those times are changing. Using data from standardized tests, the material properties of polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete can now be used to design just about any concrete structural element.

Polypropylene fibers can indeed be used instead of steel fibers. Even with several advantages, such as easier pumping, no corrosion and no pointy ends.

Polypropylene fibers can in many cases completely substitute conventional steel reinforcement. In those cases where the fibers simply do not have enough strength, the whole design can be reevaluated (higher concrete quality, larger concrete element, etc.) or we can at least reduce the amount of steel.

Using the Finite Element Method, we can design just about anything. So are you in the business of e.g. precast element of irregular shapes, please contact us. Otherwise, the listed services are a good starting point.

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Finite Element Method is a competence within our company, which makes it possible to design just about anything with fibers. So please contact us regarding your specific project.

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