Non-corrosive:

Unlike steel C-Grid can be placed right under the top layer of concrete. As carbon is non-corrosive it doesn’t have to be protected with an extra amount of concrete. Due to this quality concrete costs can be reduced as well as the effect on the environment.

Up to 5x stronger than steel:

A major advantage of the C-Grid mesh is its high tensile strength. With a tensile strength up to five times higher than traditional steel rebar cracks can be avoided in surface areas.

Lightweight:

Carbon-Grid is very light. In this way concrete products can be fabricated with a serious weight reduction. Less weight means less carbon footprint and easier to handle materials. All this without compromising on quality.

Non-magnetic:

In several cases concrete has to be used in places where magnetic objects form a problem. As Carbon is non-magnetic it can be used in these specific applications.

Non-conductive:

As C-Grid is non-conductive it can be used in applications where this particular specification can be important.

Thermally inert:

Due to this quality cold spots can be avoided in walls. In this way energy and warmth can be saved. As a result buildings have a smaller carbon footprint and energy costs can be reduced.

Chemical resistant:

C-Grid has been tested on several chemical substances. Due to its characteristics it is very resistant to a long list of chemical products. In this way C-Grid just needs a small concrete covering layer. Less concrete means less carbon footprint and a diminution of production costs.

Easy to handle:

C-Grid comes in roles and in different sizes. As it is a very lightweight and flexible it makes it very easy to handle. In this way transportation costs can be saved as well as the cost of working staff.