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Steel fibres – how to specify?!

Every year in Australasia over 800,000m3 of concrete is reinforced with steel fibres.  These are supplied into a wide range of applications such as ground slabs, precast, shotcrete, water retaining structures, tunnel segments to name a few. Ensuring the steel fibres are manufactured in a quality controlled …

DRAMIX 5D Foundations Innovation From The Ground Up

Where’s all the structural reinforcing?….It’s in the concrete..

How can steel fibres replace steel bars in foundations? Dramix 5D steel fibre reinforced concrete (SFRC) provides enough capacity to the cracked section to induce strain hardening behaviour in flexure. This means the moment capacity of the section after cracking is greater than the moment when cracking …

Designing for Crack Control

I’d like to thank Dr Tian Ng our engineering manager for travelling to Perth and presenting a very informative and technical presentation at the weeks Concrete Institute’s monthly seminar. Tian’s presentation covered the development’s within AS5100.5 including the addition of design guidelines for SFRC. He …

Concrete Institute of Australia – Heavy Duty Pavement Seminar

BOSFA have always been very involved with the Concrete Institute of Australia. This year we got involved with the National Seminar series focusing on Heavy Duty pavements. All of the BOSFA managers presented during this seminar in their respective states. Its another way BOSFA are providing technical …

BOSFA Proud to be part of the Elizabeth Quay project

Over the past two years BOSFA has supplied our DRAMIX fibres into the concrete pavements for the Elizabeth Quay project. From steel fibre reinforced concrete pavements to the curved concrete steps all utilising DRAMIX, a fantastic project for Perth and wonderful to be part of this developing City. …

Book your BOSFA presentation

Book a presentation with one of our Managers in your state and get the latest up to date developments in steel fibre reinforced concrete. Get to see DRAMIX® 4D and 5D and how this can apply to your designs. See what we have been doing in your state and get the opportunity to ask those […]BOSFA now have their own LinkedIn page. Join us and get all the latest on what we are doing project wise in your state. The world of steel fibre reinforced concrete has never been so dynamic so get involved and be a part of designing tomorrows structures, today.

Perth Busport Raft slab

Another fantastic project for DRAMIX® to be involved with – 8000cbm of DRAMIX® 4D Steel Fibre reinforced concrete pumped into place at Perth Busport Raft slab.  

Happy Valley Outlet Channel

Construction of flood channel 700m in length 8m wide by SMEC Eng. in South Australia. The difficulty of this water project is in detailing for joints and restraint with expected high water flow.20m/sec. High volume of steel are needed to control cracking and seepage issues. Technical solution: Fibre type: …