New Bendable Concrete Offers More Durability Than Regular Materials

New Bendable Concrete Offers More Durability Than Regular Materials

ConFlexPave could halve the time it takes to install new pavement

Emma Hutchings
  • 2 september 2016

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University‘s NTU-JTC Industrial Infrastructure Innovation Centre have invented a new kind of bendable concrete that is stronger and longer lasting that traditional concrete. ConFlexPave has been engineered by mixing certain types of hard materials with polymer microfibres, enhancing skid resistance and allowing the concrete to flex under tension.

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