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close this bookProduct Information: Micro Concrete Roofing Equipment - Fibre or Micro Concrete Tiles (BASIN - GTZ GATE - SKAT, 1997, 38 p.)
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What are FCR and MCR

FCR (Fibre Concrete Roofing) is a roofing technology developed in the eighties. It consists of concrete tiles made of cement mortar mixed with a small amount of natural or synthetic fibre.

MCR (Micro Concrete Roofing) is a further developed technology of FCR that does not use fibres. The production of FCR tiles is very exacting. Therefore SKAT recommends MCR technology because it is easier to use.

The FCR/MCR Toolkit

This guide is one element of the FCR/MCR Toolkit. This kit mediates the entire know-how that is required in the filed of the FCR-technology, covering all technical aspects. The toolkit-overview shows the structure of its contents.

The entire kit or elements of it are available from SKAT.

What you find in this tool

A product information about FCR/MCR equipment. It contains the collection of brochures of world wide equipment producers.

What you will NOT find in this tool

The tool is intended for persons who already know the basics of FCR/MCR or who are already producing FCR/MCR elements. Consequently it does not contain:

· the basic information required for new-comers such as advantages and the disadvantages, and guidelines to be considered as first steps towards FCR/MCR

· the rules for the production

· information on production management

· specifications of cost and profit

· information about particular problems in particular countries


· Prices and rates as mentioned in the brochures of the producers are subject to change. Hence, they have to be considered as approximately.

· The judgement of quality expressed in the brochures are those of the particular authors or producers and not necessarily those of the publisher.