Premix ARG Chopped Strand

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Premix ARG Chopped Strand
AR Fiberglass Chopped Strand is designed to use in dry mix systems or other premixing prcesses GRC

Description and Specification:

ARG chopped strand is designed to use in dry mix systems or other premixing processes GRC(Glassiber reinforced concret).Such as drainage channels, cable troughs, meter boxes, wall cladding panels or in architectural applications such as decorative screen walling, etc.

ARC13-76-12mm    ZrO2  16.5%

Properties

Good liquidity and high integrity, Excellent alkali resistant and durability; Been approved by Sheffied University, UK.

Package:

20kgs/kraft bag, 40 bags/pallet, 20 pallets/20'FCL(on 2 levels), total net weight for 16 tons.

Storage:

AR fiberglass chopped strand should be stored dry in their original package, the best conditions being at a temperature of between 15 and 35, and at a relative humidity of between 35 and 65%. If the product is stored at low temperature (below 15), it is advisable to condition in the workshop for 24 hours before use to prevent condensation.

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