Key facts

Product:
Light & Concrete - Triennale Milano 2007
Family:
concrete skin - special
Manufacturer:
Rieder >
Architonic ID:
1071744
Country:
Austria

Product description

Formed Elements

With a specially developed process, U-shapes, arches and other geometric shapes can be manufactured using fibreC panels. Preformed parts are only available with a thickness of 13 mm and with the surface ferro and have the same product properties and advantages as concrete skin. Standard angle formats are in stock; special shapes and round arches are more time-consuming in their production and thus have a longer delivery time.

Light & Concrete - Triennale exhibition in Milano 2007
during the designweeks Fuori Salone del Mobile

Architect: 967 Architects Bolzano/Milano

Product Information:
200m² concrete skin
colour: bianco / liquide black
surface: matt / ferro

Product family

Concept

fibreC is a high-strength, thin, flexible and mouldable material and can be used for flat, curved and all kinds of special shapes.
Owing to the unparalleled mouldability of glassfibreConcrete panels, its unrivalled slenderness and the entire production system as such, fibreC can be used for the most extraordinary applications.
The formation of closed corners and curves in one continuous piece and with uniform robustness opens up new perspectives for wall construction and interior design.
Formed parts and 2D elements are custom-made to achieve flowing transitions from interior to exterior surfaces and a smoothcovering for edges.

Technical Data:
- Maximum size 1,2 x 3,6 m
- Thickness 8, 10 and 13 mm (depending on application)
- Thickness tolerance max. ± 1mm
- Binding tensile strength min. 18 Mpa according to EN 12467
- Elasticity Module 20.000 N/mm²
- Dead Load 26 - 32 kg/m (13 mm)
- Thermal expansion coefficient 10 x 10-6K-1
- Building material class A1 (according to DIN 41029)
- Thermal Stability according to slab humidity up to 350° Celsius
- Waterproofness according to EN 12467
- Thermal and Rain testing according to EN 12467
- Frost Resistance according to EN 12467