Eurofaser is the latest generation of fibre for fibre concrete.

Eurofaser is a technologically advanced polypropylene fibre specifically engineered for use in concrete, cement mortars, and readymade mixtures. It is coated with a special solution that leads to excellent bonding with cement paste and rapid dispersion. This fibre leads to improvement of the concrete quality with respect to micro crack reduction, compressive strength, crack tensile strength, flexural and abrasion resistant.

This fibre provides excellent dispersion capabilities and is designed for simple use by unskilled site workers. It is manufactured by Asota GmbH, Austria, an ISO 9001 and 14001 certified manufacturing company. The products of Asota hold prestigious CE product certification conforming to European Nations Norm (EN 14889-2).  The OEKO-TEX certification guarantees that no harmful chemicals are being used to manufacture this fibre.

Benefits Of Eurofaser PP Fibers

  • Excellent Dispersion In Dry As Well As Wet
  • Reduce Cracks In Early–Age Concrete
  • Reduce Segregation And Improve Mix Cohesiveness​
  • Improve Early-Age Compressive Strength
  • Reduce Bleeding
  • Improve Impact And Abrasion Resistance
  • Improve Flexural Strength​
  • Leads To Considerable Savings Of Material Due To 50 – 70% Reduction In Rebound Loss While Plastering.​
  • Reduce Water Permeability​
  • Resist Corrosion – Alkali Resistance​
  • Make Concrete Last Longer & Reduce Surface Dusting​
  • Improve Early-Age Compressive Strength
  • Significant Lower Brittleness In Concrete
  • Improve Fire Resistance​
  • Improve Flexural Strength​
  • Density Of Fibres – 30 To 50kg More Per Kg Of Concrete As Compared To Fibrillated Fibres.​

Dosage & Directions

For Micro Crack Prevention properties in Plaster & Mortars with Fine Aggregates
Dosage Level: The recommended dosage level for Plastering is 60 grams per 50-Kg bag of Cement.

For Micro Crack Prevention properties in Concrete & Mortars with Fine/Coarse Aggregates
Dosage Level: The recommended dosage level for Concreting is 450 grams per Cubic Meter

Instructions with Concrete Mixer: 
Add the Dry Mix Components first to the Mixer, i.e. Cement, Sand and Aggregates (in case of concrete). 
Add the Fibres in dry state to the Dry Mix and then add water and MIX for at least 1 minute. The Fibers becomes Uniformly Distributed throughout the Cement Concrete matrix.

Instructions for Manual Mixing: 
Open Fiber Packet and Spread them randomly over the Dry Mix Components; i.e. Cement and Sand. Mix Eurofaser thoroughly with the Dry Mix Components. Then add the Mix Water to the Dry Mix and then WET MIX thoroughly. The Fibers become Uniformly Distributed throughout the Cement Concrete matrix.

Application Areas For Eurofaser.

Site Mixed/ Ready Mixed Concrete
Concrete Flooring & Ground Supported Slabs
Precast Products
Anti-Firecrack Areas
Site Mixed/ Ready Mixed Concrete

In RCC concrete for improving the resistance offered to corrosion of reinforcement and in turn improving durability.

  • Beams
  • Columns
  • Slabs
  • Chajjas


In plaster & mortars to prevent shrinkage cracks, reduce permeability, re-bound wastage and increase tensile/flexural strength especially in masonry/concrete joints.

  • Internal plaster
  • External plaster
  • Guniting
  • Toilet Sunken portions
  • Terrace IPS
  • Cementations Toppings
  • Overlays
  • Screeds Etc.

Concrete Flooring & Ground Supported Slabs

To improve crack resistance & propagation, wear resistance & impact resistance 

  • Industrial Flooring
  • Underground/Basement Flooring
  • Concrete Bridge Decks
  • Roadways
  • Pavements
  • Drive Ways

Precast Products

Improves properties like:

  • Shatter Resistance
  • Impact Resistance
  • Abrasion Resistance
  • Durability
  • Residual Strength & Mortar Cohesiveness
  • Reduce permeability
  • Paving Tiles


  • Cement Blocks
  • Railway Sleepers
  • Cement Pipes
  • Cement Manholes
  • Fencing Poles
  • Step Units
  • Bridge Beams etc.

Anti-Firecrack Areas

To prevent formation of cracks and flaking/spalling of concrete in case of fire. 


  • Storage Rooms (Safety Vaults, Record Rooms, Etc.)
  • Basements
  • Car Parking
  • Inner Lining of Tunnels
  • Fire Walls etc.