The innovative ENNEAFIL concrete fiber offers a number of advantages that put conventional reinforced concrete in the shade and are very well received in construction projects. In our latest video, we show the fiber in action.
For the roof terrace of a historic villa in North Rhine-Westphalia, ENNEAFIL is mixed with conventional concrete and specially colored at the concrete plant. The concrete is then transported to the construction site, where the workers receive the material. Although ENNEAFIL is still new to them, they are clearly of the opinion that it could be the building material of the future. It is not only properties such as durability, sustainability, corrosion resistance and reduced cracking that convince them, but also the ease of processing. The master brick layer emphasizes in an interview how easily the concrete can be spread without bulky steel reinforcement getting in the way.
ENNEATECH also provides calculation support during application and helps to ensure a smooth transition to this new building material and to make optimum use of the advantages of ENNEAFIL.
Curious about how ENNEAFIL is processed for the project? Here is the video: