Prowess EcoTechnologies Ltd

Unique characteristics for
HPCC “High Performance Ceramic Concrete”
with BFR “Basalt Fibre Reinforcement” in Buoyant surroundings


Global–Constructions has in several steps developed the HPCC “High Performance Ceramic Concrete” to reach the microstructure surface and to achieve up to the astonishing heights of compression strength along with a microstructure porcelain density.

The utilization of porcelain materials in high–strength concrete leads to a reduction of the size of the crystalline compounds, particularly, calcium hydroxide.

To create the reduction of the interfacial transition zone in high–strength concrete and to reach the HPCC with the significantly higher compressive strength it will require a Super Plasticizer which is a 100% organic additive developed by Global–Constructions in order to make the concrete smooth, makes it flow well during casting, and with a low water content in some cases as low as 8–12%.


The densification of the HPCC, by lower the interfacing transition zone, allows for an efficient load transfer between cement mortar and the coarse aggregate, contributing to the strength of the concrete.

From an environmental perspective, the use of HPCC significantly reduces the amount of concrete in most structures, hence even carbon CO2 emissions. The reduction of the amount of concrete depends on the unique strength and the remarkable characteristics of the HPCC.

The HPCC matrix improves the interfacing transition zone and facilitates for extreme compression strength and eliminating any potential weaknesses in the aggregate by a GCCT Eco-Plasticizer that resolve itself totally in less that twelve hours.

HPCC Eco-Plasticizer

The HPCC Eco-Plasticizer eliminate porosity, in-homogeneity, and micro cracks. The HPCC is extremely dense throughout the thickness of the cast and with a ceramic surface, the moisture absorption is less than 0, 2%, (also when submerged in water) and causes virtually immeasurable lime precipitation.

The HPCC in buoyant surroundings

The HPCC is developed even for buoyant constructions, floating hotels, homes, and other similar constructions when resilience, endurance and insensitivity are crucial.

HPCC constructions is designed to stay in in water for all its business life and in some cases > 50 years without docking or major overhaul. The surface and the whole material stay inert during all its effective lifespan. The density of the material makes it impossible for fungus and mould to penetrate the surface of the HPCC and to establish any growth except the shallow superficial growth that easily is removed.

The HPCC with Basalt Fibre Reinforcement

The Basalt fibre is made of melted and processed basalt, a natural volcanic material and one of the most common minerals, the Earth consists of 70% basalt.

The combination HPCC and basalt fibre reinforcement is unique and gives great possibilities to precast different products at a lower cost in areas where other materials traditionally are dominating.

The decrease in the volumes of the concrete means less weight, less use of cement, efficient transport, less groundwork, and a significant reduction of the total emissions of carbon dioxide, up to 60-70%.
The use of Basalt reinforcement allows for the reduction of the concrete even more.

The HPCC works like glue when it encounters other HPCC materials, the joining between two HPCC panels will therefore be virtually invisible. The HPCC joining’s is not weakening the constructions as the HPCC integrate with itself and other concrete materials.


  1. Environmentally friendly due to reduced carbon dioxide emission or footprint and close to 100 % recycled products.
  2. Unique combination – HPCC and basalt reinforcement.
  3. HPCC enables for the creations for many types of products which are lighter, thinner and can compete effectively with traditional materials and constructions.
  4. Lower end-user costs due to long life length, easier destruction, and reusable as ballast in new constructions.
  5. Easy to clean and keep in shape to the HPCC ceramic surface.