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MAC 330

Macro 330 Synthetic Fibers

Like the placement of steel reinforcement, macro synthetic fibers can be placed in concrete to transfer post-crack stress, reduce crack widths, increase impact/abrasion resistance and generally improve the long-term performance of the slabs and walls. Macro synthetic fibers eliminates the need for welded-wire mesh (WWM) and small diameter reinforcing bars used as secondary reinforcement, depending on the application. 

Technical Data Sheet
Heavy Duty Slabs?
  • Ideal for hard trowel finishes
  • Industrial and warehouse floors
  • Commercial and residential interior slabs-on-ground
  • Slabs over composite metal decks
  • Bridge decks
  • Topping/overlays
  • Used in Latitude – Cemstone’s Extended Joint Spacing System
  • Replaces shrinkage and temperature (secondary) reinforcement
  • Reduces construction time and overall labor and material costs
  • Increases flexural toughness, impact and shatter resistance
  • Reduced crack width

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Benefits include:

  • Faster construction times through reduced labor
  • Lower construction costs 
  • Safer project site
  • Reduced plastic shrinkage cracks
  • Elimination conventional reinforcing bars used for temperature and shrinkage reinforcement
  • Increase in toughness, abrasion and impact resistance
M100 Monofilament Fibers

Micro Monofilament Fiber

– Commercial and residential exterior and interior slabs-on-ground
– Decorative concrete
– Pools and pool decks

Micro Fibrillated

– Commercial and residential exterior and interior slabs-on-ground
– Toppings/overlays

Macro Matrix

– Ideal for broom finishes
– Industrial and warehouse pavements
– Commercial and residential exterior slabs-on-ground
– Pavements and bridge decks

Macro 330

– Hard-Trowel Finishes


– Walls
– Foundations
– Paving

Tips for Finishing MAC Matrix Fiber-Reinforced Concrete – Best For Hard Trowel Finish*

  • The use of float pans on ride-on or walk behind machines are highly recommended as they enhance the finishability of concrete surface.
  • Float pans should be used until noticeable resistance is observed with the finishing machine.
  • A final pass with finishing blades should occur after pan removal.
  • Finishing blades should be kept as flat as possible before increasing the tilt angle of the

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