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Quality and sustainability are intrinsically connected. The product’s consistency relies on the quality of production, which, in turn, impacts its sustainability (specifically, the carbon cost associated with its production). Regulatory standards, such as Construction Product Regulation (CE & DoP), set the quality benchmark for products. Meanwhile, the Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) quantifies the environmental impact of producing the product.

Quality Assurance – CE & DoP

Construction Product Regulation CE Marking: Why It Matters for Steel Fibres

EN 14889-1 is the only current performance-based manufacturing standard for steel fibres. This standard requires manufacturers to declare the fibre dosage needed to achieve a specific performance level, verified by independent audits. Every pallet must display a CE label that details the manufacturing facility and the Declaration of Performance (DoP).
CE certification mandates independent audits of all manufacturing facilities. These auditors’ certificates must be readily available to ensure transparency and traceability. All Dramix® steel fibres are CE-marked and independently audited for your assurance.

Here is a link to our Auditors certificates from the Auditors website:

NB no.0749 – BCCA Belgian Construction Certification Association

This certifies that the fibres are manufactured in accordance with EN14889-1, system 1 for structural use. If a manufacturer cannot provide this document then their production quality control and declared values (fibre tensile strength, diameter, etc.) are not third party verified and not of a reliable performance.

Typical specification for engineers:

1.Fibres must be manufactured in accordance with EN14889-1, system 1 for structural use. A copy of the CE Auditors Certificate, the manufacturer’s DoP and the manufacturer’s EPD must be provided to the project engineer.

If documents are not requested, then there is no way of ensuring compliance.

Build sustainably with Dramix®

Dramix® Steel Fibres: Your Partner for a Greener Future

Champions of Sustainability (EPD), Bosfa believes in building a better world, one sustainable concrete project at a time. That’s why we’re proud to offer Dramix® steel fibres, the revolutionary solution for environmentally conscious construction.

1. Less is More: Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

Dramix® fibres enable thinner concrete sections and require less steel compared to traditional reinforcement. This translates to a significant reduction in CO2 emissions throughout your project’s lifecycle.

  • Dramix® reduces concrete thickness by 10-25%.
  • Dramix® reduces steel usage by 30-50%.

2. Building for Generations: Durable Structures that Last

Dramix® reinforced concrete elements are built to withstand the test of time. Whether it’s a wear-resistant floor or a long-lasting precast pipe, you can expect increased lifespan and lower maintenance costs.

4. Sustainable Transportation: Delivering Efficiency Every Step of the Way

Dramix® requires significantly fewer deliveries compared to bulky mesh reinforcement. We also champion #valueengineering, maximizing the efficiency of Dramix® 4D 80/60BGE to further reduce transport needs.

5. Transparency and Collaboration: Building a Sustainable Future Together

At Bosfa, transparency is key. All Dramix® fibres come with Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs), providing verified data on their environmental impact.

We partner with leading platforms like One Click LCA to integrate Dramix® solutions into BIM workflows and support your journey towards LEED, BREEAM, Green Star, and other sustainability certifications.

Auditors Certificates

Under the requirements of CE certification all manufacturing facilities must be independently audited. These auditors certificates must be made available to ensure transparency and traceability. All Dramix steel fibres have CE and are independently Audited. Here is a link to our Auditors certificates from their website:

NB no.  0749 – BCCA Belgian Construction Certification Association