The fibres used in the construction sector must accomplish a lot. They provide reinforcement and inhibit cracking. They enable thixotropy and exhibit the best processing properties. For more than a century, STW fibre products have met the highest standards. The huge number of different fibre types and properties means we can cover virtually all areas in the construction industry with our fibre solutions.
Concrete, Shotcrete, Cement
Fibre concrete is a concrete that has fibres added to increase its tensile strength, impact strength, deformability, crack resistance and other mechanical properties.
Fibre concrete is…More information
The use of fibres in the field of paints is very diverse and application-dependent, but fibres are usually added in the form of fillers as additives.
Fibres are increasingly used in…More information
Plasters (Base, Exterior, Interior)
Plasters are pasty, usually granular masses consisting of a wide variety of materials that are applied using different techniques and can serve one or more purposes according to the…More information
Putty, Filler, Reinforcing Fillers
Putty is a collective term for adhesives and sealants, which is often used with the material to be joined. The putty matrix can be either a natural or synthetic base.
The area of…More information
Levelling Compound, Self-Levelling Compounds, Floor Coatings
The fibre requirements in this area vary depending on the floor covering and application surface. Depending on the thickness of the coating, fibres can be used in short-cut and filler…More information
The area of marine coatings uses fibres in various forms (short cut, filler and pulp).
The term ‘marine coating’ is very diverse and has many sub-areas such as: