About Us

MANUFIBER is a Nigeria-based company, founded in 2014, and with an on-field experience of more than 15 years in catering to all GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastics) and GRC (Also called GFRC - Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) requirements in Construction, Building Exteriors, Interiors, and Landscape Areas. 
 
We take great pride in our crafts and our reputation for providing top quality products.
 
We also consider customer service as our top priority.
 
Our products guarantee zero factory defects, and because we are local, we offer fast turnaround times on customer orders.
 
WHAT IS GRC?
 
GRC - Glass Reinforced Concrete is popularly known as GRC or GFRC all over the world. Broadly the formulation of GRC product is a mixture of 40% Black/White Cement, 40% Fine Aggregates, 0.4% Plasticizers, 4% Polymers, 11.5% - 14% water, 3.5% - 4% of Alkali - Resistant Chopped Glass Fiber and sometimes exposed aggregates for rough finishing and exclusive designs.
 
GRC is used to create beautiful architectural moldings and features. While often cast with thicknesses more than 25 mm, these products remain easy to handle and erect and allow the architect or engineer an unrivaled freedom for creative design.
 
GRC does not suffer from corrosion of the reinforcement. Unlike traditional concrete, GRC does not require a minimum of concrete cover to the reinforcement.
 
WHAT IS GRP?
 
GRP - Glass Reinforced Plastics, popularly known as FRP in Asia and GRP Worldwide, are made using various grades of glass fibers in combination with Polyester or Epoxy Resins. It was originally used on boats and water containers but has developed and become one of the most widely used materials in the construction industry. 
 
Today’s GRP is far superior – a durable, lightweight, flexible, fully reinforced, and a waterproof material capable of being molded to any shape.
 
WHY GRC & GRP?
 
GRP and GRC today are making a significant contribution to the technology and aesthetics of the construction industry worldwide.
These environment-friendly composites, with their low consumption of energy, are being used to manufacture wide varieties of products. They have won firm friends among architects, designers, engineers, and end-users for their flexible abilities to meet performance, appearance, and cost parameters. 

KEY FEATURES

  • Can be cast into fine details.
  • Can take any shape and any color.
  • Offers designers unrivaled flexibility.
  • Moldings and features are easy to handle and erect.
  • Does not suffer from corrosion.
  • Is environmentally friendly.
  • Is durable againts extreme weather conditions.
  • Lightweight and easy to handle.
  • Offers a wide variety of shapes and surface finished.
  • Used as an insulation product.
  • Doesn't crack or break.
  • Moisture proof.
  • Fire proof.
  • Weather resistant.
  • Durable.