Polyvinyl Alcohol Fiber (PVA)

Polyvinyl Alcohol Fiber  or PVA Fiber Is One Of The Best Types Of Fibers For Reinforcing Concrete Due To Tensile Strength And High Modulus Of Elasticity And Non-Environmental Pollution. Fibers, Due To Their Bridging Properties On Fine Cracks, Improve The Behavior Of Concrete After The First Crack.

In Architecture And Civil Engineering, It Is Also Used To Make Geotextiles, And In Addition, It Is Used For Ropes, Fishing Tackle, Industrial Sewing Yarns, Tire Yarns, Conveyors, Hoses, Sheets, Heavy Industrial Fabrics, Sewing Yarns For Tatami Mats And Tarpaulins, Agricultural Equipment, Etc. Turns.

Advantages and Disadvantages Polyvinyl Alcohol Fiber (PVA)

Advantages: High Tensile Strength And Modulus Of Elasticity, Increased Energy Absorption Of Concrete, No Environmental Pollution

Disadvantages: Difficult To Paint