FRC MONO-150
DE Fiberworks, Inc. - Concrete Fiber Reinforcement
563.340.7065

MONO-150

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MONO-150 fibers are manufactured from 100% virgin polypropylene resin, containing no reprocessed olefin materials, and exceed the requirements of ASTM C 1116 “Standard Specification for Fiber-Reinforced Concrete and Shotcrete”, Type III Synthetic Fiber-Reinforced Concrete. MONO-150 fibers are manufactured to the requirements of the International Building Codes. MONO-150 fibers are designed for early crack-control but they also do an excellent job of increasing the impact, shatter, and abrasion
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Description

 

MONO-150

MONOFILAMENT MICRO-SYNTHETIC

 

Guidelines

 

MONO-150 fibers are specifically engineered for use in concrete as secondary reinforcement, and for the purpose of controlling plastic shrinkage and settlement cracking. The standard dosage rate for MONO-150 fibers is 1.0 lbs. per cubic yard of concrete, unless otherwise specified. We recommend following ACI guidelines for control joint locations and details. Please consult DE Fiberworks for dosage rates for your application, design information, or more details when using MONO-150 fibers.

 

Applications

 

MONO-150 fibers may be used in all types of concrete and are ideal for the following applications:

Slabs-on-Ground

Sidewalks

Driveways

Residential Concrete

Light Industrial Floors

Light Commercial Floors

Decorative Concrete

Stucco

Non-magnetic applications

 

Product Description

 

MONO-150 fibers are manufactured from 100% virgin polypropylene resin, containing no reprocessed olefin materials, and exceed the requirements of ASTM C 1116 “Standard Specification for Fiber-Reinforced Concrete and Shotcrete”, Type III Synthetic Fiber-Reinforced Concrete. MONO-150 fibers are manufactured to the requirements of the International Building Codes. MONO-150 fibers are designed for early crack-control but they also do an excellent job of increasing the impact, shatter, and abrasion

 

Technical Information

 

Fiber Length Multi-Length, ½” and ¾”
Tensile Strength 40 – 60 ksi
Modulus of Elasticity 500 ksi
Fiber Denier 7 – 12 dpf
Specific Gravity 0.91
Absorption Nil
Melt Point 320oF (160oC)
Ignition Point 1094oF (590oC)
Alkali Resistance Excellent
Chemical Resistance Excellent

 

Advantages:

 

Reduces Plastic Shrinkage Cracking

Improves impact, shatter, and abrasion resistance

Enhances durability and toughness

Saves Time and Hassle

Cost Effective

Uniform Reinforcement

Always Positioned Correctly

 

 

MONO-150

 

MONOFILAMENT MICRO-SYNTHETIC

 

Mixing, Placing & Finishing

 

Mixing – MONO-150 fibers are packaged in pre-measured water soluble bags designed to be introduced into the concrete mix before, during, or after batching other concrete materials. Care should be taken to make sure the fibers are not added to the tail end of a high slump mix. Mixing should conform to ASTM C 94 with a minimum of 75 revolutions of the drum at full mixing speed to ensure uniform distribution of the fibers.

 

 

Reinforcement Objective

 

To inhibit plastic and settlement shrinkage cracking prior to the initial set, and to reduce hardened concrete shrinkage cracking, improve impact and abrasion resistance, and enhance concrete toughness and durability.

 

Placing – MONO-150 fibers can be pumped and placed using conventional equipment.

Finishing - Standard finishing equipment and techniques can be used when working with MONO-150 fibers. Finishing operations should begin as outlined in ACI 302. Troweling blades should be kept flat for as long as possible to help minimize the fibers on the surface.

 

References

 

ASTM C 94 Standard Specification for Ready-Mixed Concrete Uniformity Requirements

ASTM C 1399 Average Residual Strength of Fiber Reinforced Concrete

ASTM C 1436 Standard Specification for Materials for Shotcrete

ASTM C 1609 Standard Test Method for Flexural Performance of Fiber Reinforced Concrete

ASTM C 1116 Standard Specification for Fiber-Reinforced Concrete and Shotcrete

ACI 302 Guide for Concrete Floor And Slab Construction

ACI 360R-10 Guide to Design of Slabs-on-Ground

ACI 506 Guide for Shotcrete


Dave Edmundson, P.E.

 

dave@defiberworks.com

 

563-340-7065

 

Warranty and Limitation of Liability

This publication should not be construed as engineering advice. While the information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, DE Fiberworks does not warranty its accuracy or completeness. Product sold herein is of merchantable quality to seller’s standards and specifications. Seller’s warranty is limited to manufacturer’s product warranty and the recommended application and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall

DE Fiberworks be liable for any special, incidental, consequential, or exemplary damages.

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Did You Know?

Fiber reinforcement makes good concrete better?

 

Fiber reinforcement makes good concrete better, in short because fiber reduces cracking and adds long-term durability to a wide variety of concrete applications.  Fiber reinforcement provides an alternative construction method to traditional welded wire fabric and rebar reinforcement and provides additional benefits, including guaranteed 3-dimensional reinforcement, safer installation and more economical.  DE Fiberworks supply a full range of fiber reinforcement products to meet challenging demands and provide the best fiber reinforcement solution for the specific application.   Fiber technology has advanced over the last decade to improve mixing, finishing and performance in fresh and hardened concrete.