MPPL earlier known as Mahesh GRC, is engaged in manufacturing GRC elements in one of its most modern advance plant at Gurgaon in technical collaboration with Fibre Technologies International U.K. to counter growing demand of GRC in construction industries. Mahesh Prefab Pvt Ltd, is also engaged in converting the imaginative design in solid concrete structure to be ready to fix in the concrete or steel structure to give varied shape in ethenic, modern & attractive design to the building. Mahesh Prefab Pvt Ltd, we use best quality raw material like finest quality white cement, Imported Japanese Alkali Resistance Glass Fibre for Reinforcement, Imported Bonding agent, Chemical admixture and also German Imported Liquid Rubber for mold making and pattern designing.
ADVANTAGES OF GRC
NO STEEL REINFORCEMNET
NO HEALTH RISK
VERSATILE AND DURABLE
GREAT COLOUR AND TEXTURE
WHAT IS GRC?
Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete is a composite material made of premium white cement, fine quartz silica sand, Alkaline Resistant (AR) Glass Fibre, Bonding Agents, Chemical Admixture, Water
It is an ideal substitute for stone carving due to its lightweight and resistance to weather. The good bending and tensile strength is also suitable for seismic regions.
Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete elements are tailor made for each project and can be suitably moulded into wide variety of very complex, shape, size or form of profiles.
It is ideally suited as Light weight prefabricated cladding material for interior/ exterior of modern buildings in the world.
Latest Design concepts
APPLICATIONS OF GRC
In recent years, a shortage of skilled workers combined with the need to produce lighter weight building components has led to significant advancements in the use of prefabricated GRC elements. Builders worldwide are appreciating the increase in speed of construction that GRC provides.
Furthermore, engineers are discovering that small additions of alkali resistant glass fibres can benefit the quality of traditional concrete elements, whether precast or cast in-situ. Research has shown that high-modulus alkali resistant glass fibres can help to control cracking and improve durability.