100% Recycled Macro Synthetic Fibres

for concrete reinforcement

More sustainable More Economical Much faster A lot safer Easier than using Steel Mesh

100% Recycled waste plastic

Macro Synthetic Fibres

ENVIROMESH® upcycles waste plastic to deliver innovative reinforced concrete. Small recycled macro synthetic fibres are added to concrete to replace steel fibres, steel reinforcing mesh or virgin polypropylene fibres.

ReMesh™ Fibres

(Global)

eMesh® Plus

(Global)

eMesh® Fibres

(Australia)
Synthetic Pucks and Fibres

eMesh Plus and ReMesh - 100% Recycled Macro Synthetic Fibres

Enviromesh Fibres eMesh + and ReMesh

eMesh - 100% Recycled Macro Synthetic Fibres

Enviromesh Fibres eMesh

eMesh Plus and ReMesh - 100% Recycled Macro Synthetic Fibres

Dimensions

Recycled Fibre
Length 47 mm
Thickness < 0.5 mm

Anchorage

ReMesh Synthetic Recycled Fibre
Continuously deformed
diamond indent

Packing

Recycled Fibres Puck
Water soluble film
wrapped fibre pucks
Recycled Fibres Bags
Packed in 3 kg Bags
Recycled Fibres Pallet
Bags on pallet

eMesh - 100% Recycled Macro Synthetic Fibres

Dimensions

eMesh Synthetic Fibre
Length 47 mm
Thickness < 0.5 mm

Anchorage

eMesh Synthetic Fibre
Continuously deformed
diamond indent

Packing

eMesh Synthetic Fibre Puck
Water soluble film
wrapped fibre pucks
eMesh Synthetic Fibre Box
Packed in 4 kg Boxes
eMesh Synthetic Fibre Pallet
Boxes on pallet

COMMON Applications

Where Synthetic fibres can replace steel mesh

Footpaths / Sidewalks

Shared Used Paths

Cycleways

Driveways

Causeways

Toppings

Skate parks

Thin Pavements

Bus Stops

Road Medians

Roundabouts

Traffic Islands

Access Roads

Flumes

Kerbs

Cattle Feed pads

Precast

Bunds

Drainage Pits

Drains

Wingwalls

Embankments

Revetments

Stencil Concrete

Shotcrete

Slope
Stabilising

Open Channels

Abutment
Protection

Boat Ramps

Jetties

Barge Landings

Benefits and Advantages

Replacing Steel Mesh with
100% Recycled Synthetic Fibres

Benefits of using Recycled Synthetic Fibres are:

Island-Roads-and-Pavements-Concrete-without-Steel

On the Palm Island, steel mesh was replaced with Recycled Macro Synthetic Fibres reinforced concrete roads, barge landing, footpaths, driveways, car parking and netball courts. The council on the Island saved an estimated $2.5 million and were able to finish projects much faster.

The Palm Island is situated in Great Barrier Reef, Coral Sea.

Synthetic-Fibres-Reinforced-Concrete-Pavements

Hundreds of kilometres of concrete SUPs  in Australia  have been constructed with our Recycled Macro Synthetic Fibres and completely replaced steel mesh.

Photo Courtesy: ecologiQ | Major Transport Infrastructure Authority

Technical advantages of using Synthetic Fibres are that they:

REPLACING STEEL MESH

Reinforcement with Recycled Synthetic Fibres result in up to

CO2 Emissions Reduction
0 %
Project Cost Reduction
0 %
Handling Cost Reduction
0 %
Faster Concrete Construction
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FAQs

Here are some of the frequently asked questions

Below are some short answers to frequently asked questions. You can find detailed information on respective fibre pages from the menu. You can also reach out for in depth discussion to find suitable fibres for a specific application or project.

Macro synthetic fibres are typically made of materials like polypropylene that are added to concrete to enhance its structural performance. They are used to control cracking, improve toughness, and increase durability.

MSF are added to concrete to provide several benefits, including:

– Reducing plastic shrinkage cracking.

– Enhancing resistance to freeze-thaw cycles.

– Improving impact resistance.

– Increasing toughness and ductility.

– Enhancing durability in aggressive environments.

Macro synthetic fibres are longer and thicker than micro synthetic fibres. They serve different purposes, with macro synthetic fibres being used primarily for structural reinforcement and crack control, while micro synthetic fibres are used mainly to control plastic shrinkage cracking.

No, different types of MSF have varying properties, including tensile strength, modulus of elasticity, and compatibility with different concrete mixes. It’s essential to select the appropriate type of MSF based on the specific project requirements and conditions.

MSF can help control cracking and reduce crack widths, but they cannot guarantee a completely crack-free concrete surface. The extent of crack control depends on various factors, including fibre type, dosage, mix design, and curing practices.

The suitability of MSF depends on the specific project requirements. While they are versatile and used in various applications, there may be situations where other reinforcement methods or materials are more appropriate. It is important to assess the project requirements before determining if the use MSF is suited to your project.

The addition of MSF may require adjustments to the concrete mix design to ensure compatibility and achieve the desired performance. Consultation with a structural engineer or concrete expert is crucial to determining the correct dosage and mix.

Curing remains an essential part of the concrete construction process. While the use of MSF can help mitigate cracking, it does not eliminate the need for proper curing to achieve optimal strength and durability.

MSF are usually added to the concrete mix during the batching process. They are dispersed throughout the mixture and become an integral part of the concrete. The fibres should be well-mixed to ensure uniform distribution.

Some of the advantages of using macro synthetic fibres in concrete include:

  • Improved crack control
  • Increased durability
  • Enhanced resistance to impact and abrasion
  • Reduced maintenance costs
  • Potential reduction in construction time and labour costs
  • Increased resistance to corrosion specially in marine and coastal environments

Yes, there are some important considerations:

  • Proper mix design and dosage are crucial to achieving the desired performance.
  • Fibre dispersion and orientation can impact performance.
  • The type of fibre used should be selected based on the specific requirements of the project.
  • Quality control during mixing and placement is essential.

Macro synthetic fibres are used in a wide range of concrete applications, including industrial floors, pavements, shotcrete, precast concrete, and structures exposed to harsh environments.

Macro synthetic fibres can be used in combination with traditional steel reinforcement or as a partial replacement, depending on the project’s requirements. They are not a substitute for structural steel in high-load-bearing applications.

The dosage of macro synthetic fibres depends on factors such as the type of fibres used, concrete mix design, and project requirements. It is typically recommended by the manufacturer, or a structural engineer based on specific project conditions.

Yes, there are industry standards and guidelines that provide recommendations for the use of macro synthetic fibres in concrete. These standards may vary by region, so it’s important to consult the appropriate codes and guidelines for your location.

Before using macro synthetic fibres in a concrete project, it’s essential to consult with a structural engineer or concrete expert to ensure proper design and implementation for the specific application and environmental conditions.

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Melbourne: L2, 1 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank, VIC 3006 Australia

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NZ Authorised Distributor:

Traffic Systems Limited (TSL)

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Auckland | Hamilton | Tauranga | New Plymouth

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