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GRC New Zealand produce custom, Glass Reinforced Concrete (GRC) mouldings for exterior architectural decoration, suitable for restoration work or new buildings. Fixtures include, but are not limited to: column surrounds and capitals, finials, corbels, spandrels and arches, baluster and balustrades, soffits, sills, mantels and pediments, and lettering.
Moulds can be generated from computer generated scans or drawings, GRC New Zealand can provide a total design service.
Glass Reinforced Concrete (GRC) is a versatile lightweight composite material that can be cast in moulds, allowing it to be made to virtually any shape. GRC can be up to 75% lighter than traditional precast concrete. This provides cost savings in transport, handling, and installation, and provides flexible design options. GRC can be painted or coloured to almost any colour using a pigment oxide added to the mix at the time of casting.
GRC is notable for its durability, seismic capabilities, chemical resistance, non-combustibility and good sound/heat insulation properties. The GRC composition can be enhanced to provide additional resistance to impact, weather, and graffiti.
If applied and installed in accordance with GRCNZ recommendations, this product will meet or contribute to meeting the following provisions of the NZBC:
GCR New Zealand Ltd can provide Producer Statements for each project.
GRC was developed as a corrosion free alternative to traditional steel reinforced concrete in the 1960s.
GCR New Zealand has produced GRC solutions for New Zealand since the early 2000s.
GRC is notable for its durability, seismic capabilities, chemical resistance, non-combustibility and good sound/heat insulation properties.
Lightweight and Strong:
Durability and Maintenance:
GRC NZ supply a range of glass-fibre reinforced concrete products, from cladding panels to column liners.Product Enquiries
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