"Carbon steel fibres, obtained by the cutting of metal wire, with improved adhesion profile, for three-dimensional general structural reinforcement of cement-based conglomerates. The addition of READYMESH MF-500 significantly increases the mechanical performance of the structure in terms of toughness, ductility, fatigue, dynamic stress, shock, wear, tensile and shear strength and even post-cracking and damage behaviour."
EN 14889-1:2006 (System 1)
Fibres for concrete - Steel fibres - Definitions, specification and conformity
Floor - Prodotti per pavimenti e massetti in calcestruzzo
Product of the Floor line, the line of products from Azichem Srl dedicated to the main, complementary products and accessories for the construction, restoration and/or renovation of concrete floors and screeds.
Density: 7.8 kg/dm³
Diameter: 1.05 mm
Lenght: 50 mm
Use wearing protective gloves
Breaking load longitudinal
Effects on the consistency of fresh concrete (Vebè)
Number of filmanets
Static elastic modulus
- Bag 20 kg
- Pallet: 50 x (Bag 20 kg)
Variable according to the type of work to be carried out and/or performance to be achieved.
General preparation of fibre-reinforced concrete and structural sprayed concrete (e.g. shotcrete). Particularly suitable for high strength industrial flooring and prefabrication.
"READYMESH MF-500 fibres must be added to the concrete during mixing. It is recommended to pour the fibres directly onto the loading belt of the concrete mixer during the loading of the aggregates. Alternatively, it is possible to add them directly into the mixer after loading the concrete. In this case, add the fibres a little at a time so that they are well-distributed in the cement mix and extend the mixing time by at least one minute for every 20 kg of fibres added in order to achieve optimal distribution.
Conglomerates with READYMESH MF-500 can be easily transported and used with pumps, joiners, vibratory finishing machines, roadway extruders (e.g. slipform paver), etc."
- To be added to other components
- Prefabricated concrete
Improper addition of the fibres to the cement mix may cause substantial alterations to the mechanical performance of the concrete itself.