High Quality PP Fiber Reinforced Concrete

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Specifications of High Quality PP Fiber Reinforced Concrete:


PP fiber,also called Polypropylene PP Fiber, Polymer Fiber, it is manufactured by mixing, spinning, stretching and cutting the combination of modified base and polypropylene paring, used as the project fiber for concrete and mortar. It can decrease cracks in concrete's early stage.


Property of High Quality PP Fiber Reinforced Concrete:


 Polypropylene monofilament fiber technical


Product Name           

PP fiber



100% polypropylene


Cut length

From 3mm to 120mm






20 micron to 40micron





elongation break



melting point



ignition point



Oil point

lower than 1%




 PP fiber  


Advantages  of High Quality PP Fiber Reinforced Concrete:

  • Good dispersancy, better grip

  • Random dispersal, subordination reinforced

  • Physically-added tendon, anti-crack and high reinforcement

  • Diamagnestism and antirust, corrosion protection and alkali resistant

  • Innocuous and odorless, safe

  • Simple operation, more economic and dependable


Function  of High Quality PP Fiber Reinforced Concrete:

  • Anti-crack

  • Increasing seepage-proof performance

  • Anti-concussion and anti-wear performance

  • Increasing shock proof

  • Cold-resistant property

  • Enhance the property of toughness and ductility

  • Fire resistance and anti-detonation quality

  • Preventing or reducing the major reinforcing steel bar from being eroded

  • Reducing rebound of jetting concrete


Applications of High Quality PP Fiber Reinforced Concrete:

  • Industry and Civil Architecture

  • Main body of road, bridge

  • Water conservancy project


Package & Delivery of High Quality PP Fiber Reinforced Concrete:


A: Packing in plastic bags, plastics bags to be put into waterproof bags, and then waterproof bags to be put into container, totally 8 tons in 1x20'FCL

B: Packing in fusible paper bags, paper bags to be put into cartons, and then cartons to be put into pallet, pallets to be put into container, totally 6 tons in 1x20'FCL.


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Location Shandong, China
Year Established 1998
Annual Output Value Above US$ 20 Million
Main Markets 20.00% North America
20.00% South America
10.00% Eastern Europe
10.00% Southeast Asia
10.00% Northern Europe
10.00% South Asia
10.00% Western Europe
5.00% Africa
5.00% Mid East
Company Certifications ISO9001:2008

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Nearest Port Qingdao Port,China
Export Percentage 41-50%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 5-10 People
Language Spoken: English; Chinese; Russian; Spanish
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Factory Size: Above 100,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines Above 10
Contract Manufacturing Design Service Offered; Buyer Label Offered
Product Price Range High; Average