Forton®

Forton®

Additives for GFRC and Alpha Gypsum

Forton®

Forton® VF-774 is the world-wide standard concrete additive for making lightweight GFRC, Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete, panels. It is recognized by the PCI as the only polymer supported with a 20 year durability study.

Forton® VF-812 is an alpha gypsum additive that makes gypsum far stronger and more weather resistant. Offering a lower cost alternative to resins, you can cast solid or make lightweight architectural elements and sculpture castings by reinforcing with glass fiber that are suitable for outdoor display. A variety of casting effects are possible including marble, metal, stone and more.

Technical Information & More

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Technical and Buying Information

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 Forton® VF-774 Polymer Additive System for GFRC
 Forton® MG Sculptor Kit Polymer Additive System for Enhancing Alpha Gypsums
 Forton® MG Starter Kit Polymer Additive System for Alpha Gypsums

VIDEOS and GALLERIES

Step-by-Step How-To Articles

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Building a Concrete Bar Using GFRC Panels - Episode 1

Building a Concrete Bar Using GFRC Panels - Episode 1

Learn how to make Art Deco concrete panels from model design to casting pigmented GFRC.

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How to Make a Custom Concrete Fountain

How to Make a Custom Concrete Fountain

Learn how to make a concrete fountain that looks just like sand using Mold Star® 16 silicone rubber.

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Building a Concrete Bar Using GFRC Panels - Episode 2

Building a Concrete Bar Using GFRC Panels - Episode 2

Learn how to make an outdoor bar and pergola, using Art Deco GFRC panels.

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Building a Concrete Bar Using GFRC Panels ‑ Episode 3

Building a Concrete Bar Using GFRC Panels ‑ Episode 3

Learn how to make unique edge molds for concrete countertops using TASK 16 urethane rubber.

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GFRC Explained - Learn the Basics of GFRC

GFRC Explained - Learn the Basics of GFRC

We explain the different components, mix designs and the proper techniques needed to create high-quality GFRC

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Making Custom Concrete Countertops using GFRC

Making Custom Concrete Countertops using GFRC

Learn how to make extremely strong concrete countertops with Forton® VF-774

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Make a Mold of a Leaf for Casting Concrete

Make a Mold of a Leaf for Casting Concrete

Make a mold of a rhubarb leaf using Rebound® 25 silicone rubber

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Casting a Concrete Fence Which Exhibits Detail Never Seen Before

Casting a Concrete Fence Which Exhibits Detail Never Seen Before

Unique mold making process quickly generates 11,880 lightweight concrete panels...

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Creating a GFRC Architectural Cornice

Creating a GFRC Architectural Cornice

GFRC Cladding Systems shows how to create a spray-up cladding cornice.

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Creating an Angular GFRC Architectural Panel

Creating an Angular GFRC Architectural Panel

GFRC Cladding Systems creates angular panels to be installed on a building in Miami's design district.

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How To Spray GFRC To Create a Showroom Kiosk

How To Spray GFRC To Create a Showroom Kiosk

In this video we show the step-by-step process for creating a sales desk kiosk with a custom textured surface using GFRC enhanced with Forton® VF-774.

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Creating a GFRC Lounge Chair Using Rebound® 25 Silicone Rubber

Creating a GFRC Lounge Chair Using Rebound® 25 Silicone Rubber

Using Rebound® 25 mold rubber, OBRaTUR, S.A. has created a line of GFRC furniture that is hurricane proof.

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Creating a GFRC Table using Rebound® 25 Silicone Rubber

Creating a GFRC Table using Rebound® 25 Silicone Rubber

Creating a GFRC table design employs the root of a Royal Poinciana tree recovered from a hurricane.

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Creating a Rebound® 25 Mold to Cast a GFRC Banyan Tree

Creating a Rebound® 25 Mold to Cast a GFRC Banyan Tree

Pretecno engineer Jose Hormiga developed a way to bring an organic feel to some of the company's latest building projects.

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What Have Other People Done With These Products?

FORTON FMG Project – Private Residence - Beverly Hills, CA

FORTON FMG Project – Private Residence - Beverly Hills, CA

Private residence architectural product in Beverly Hills, CA.

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FORTON VF-774 GFRC Projects by Formglas Products Ltd.

FORTON VF-774 GFRC Projects by Formglas Products Ltd.

With a 5 decade history, Formglas creates custom fabricated solutions for precision-engineered and sustainable architectural products.

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FORTON VF-774 GFRC Projects by Walters & Wolf Precast.

FORTON VF-774 GFRC Projects by Walters & Wolf Precast.

Walters & Wolf is a West-Coast leader in premier cladding services.

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Using the Versatility of the FORTON MG Casting System to Reproduce Sculpture

Using the Versatility of the FORTON MG Casting System to Reproduce Sculpture

Clay Williams is an artist and figurative sculptor who lives in Imlay City, Michigan. His work focuses on the beauty of the human form.

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FORTON VF-774 GFRC Projects by Willis Construction Co. Inc.

FORTON VF-774 GFRC Projects by Willis Construction Co. Inc.

Willis Construction is one of the leading Architectural Precast Concrete manufacturers and installers in the Western United States.

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Romanform Studio Creates Concrete Water Features

Romanform Studio Creates Concrete Water Features

Meet Dan, the owner and operator of Romanform Studio, based out of Arvada Colorado.

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