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First national technical approval for textile-reinforced concrete

Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik (DIBt) has approved textile-reinforced concrete of the Tudalit brand, which is the first-ever national technical approval granted to textile-reinforced concrete. This approved textile-reinforced concrete can be used to strengthen reinforced-concrete structures indoors, in particular to provide flexural strengthening in the tension zone under predominantly static loading. This concrete is a modular kit that comprises the Tudalit-BZT2-V.Fraas textile reinforcement supplied by the manufacturer V. Fraas Solutions in Textile GmbH, or Tudalit-BZT1-Tudatex, as well...

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