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Specifications

eMesh Sustainability

As members of the ISCA, Fibercon strives to improve the use of recycled materials in infrastructure.

In the current climate it is now known that plastic waste is becoming a real problem, and answers need to be found to repurpose this waste into products that can benefit society and the environment rather than detract from them.

eMesh does exactly this.

eMesh is made from 100% recycled macro synthetic and is used to replace steel mesh as reinforcing in concrete. This provides a means to reuse the waste plastic as well as repurposing it to replace steel in concrete reducing the GHG’s for the infrastructure we build for our cities.
More sustainably built infrastructure equals more liveable cities and improves our society.

IS Calculators can be used to compare the benefits of replacing steel with eMesh. Below examples can help you understand how to input eMesh into the IS Calculators.

eMesh concrete reinforcement fibres specifications

Using eMesh in the IS Calculator V1.2 and V2.0

To help with identifying how to input eMesh into the IS Calculator V1.2 & 2.0 we have created an example below. We have used a shared pathway example with a project size of 3000m2 (1km of 3m wide pathway). The concrete thickness is 100mm, Concrete strength 32mpa. Concrete mix was chosen to have 30% fly ash (typical for Queensland) Steel mesh size SL72 eMesh Fibre dosage 4kg/m3

Base case consists of 300m3 of concrete, transport to site 10km, steel chosen as imported steel mesh

Actual case consists of 300m3 concrete, transport to site 10km, alternate reinforcement eMesh chosen

IS Calculator V1.2 Example

To compare the benefits of replacing the steel reinforcement with eMesh follow the steps below. Start by choosing base case for a Roadway and enter 1km as distance. Next enter the information regarding concrete volume, strength, SCM%, truck type and distance

IS Calculator V1.2 Step 1

Next choose your steel reinforcement type from the drop down box enter quantity in tons, delivery truck type and distance

IS Calculator V1.2 Step 2

Next choose the actual case tab and enter the same concrete information as base case

IS Calculator V1.2 Step 3

Next from the drop down list for steel choose the alternative to steel… eMesh. Enter the quantity in tons and no delivery details required already in concrete truck delivery

IS Calculator V1.2 Step 4

Now go back to the home tab and review the results

IS Calculator V1.2 Step 5

IS Calculator V2.0 Example

To compare the benefits of replacing the steel reinforcement with eMesh follow the steps below. Start by choosing base case for a Roadway Next go to Ready mixed concrete default mixes. Enter the information regarding concrete volume, strength, SCM%, truck type and distance

IS Calculator V2.0 Step 1

Next choose your steel reinforcement type from drop down box. Enter quantity in tons, delivery truck type and distance

IS Calculator V2.0 Step 2

Next choose the actual case tab and enter the same concrete information as base case

IS Calculator V2.0 Step 3

Next from the drop down list for steel reinforcement choose the alternative to steel, i.e. eMesh
Enter the quantity in tons and no delivery details required already in concrete truck delivery

IS Calculator V2.0 Step 4

Now go back to the home tab and review the results

IS Calculator V2.0 Step 5

You can also compare the results by choosing the Charts tab and view the results

IS Calculator V2.0 Step 6