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Cellulose Fiber: Enhancing Sustainability in Concrete

Sponsored By: Solomon Colors

Description: Natural fibers have been used for over 2,000 years as a method to strengthen building materials. Cellulose fiber provides an excellent alternative to traditional secondary reinforcement, reducing plastic shrinkage cracks and improving durability, impact resistance, shatter resistance, and freeze/thaw resistance without compromising the appearance or finishability of a concrete surface. This course covers the evolution of fiber, its benefits, and why it is a sustainable material.

Prerequisites: No

Course Level: Introductory

Presented by: Jeff Keyes, Solomon Colors, Inc.

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