Special Concrete Technology

Ar fibo intercon, we specialize in innovative concrete technologies that can help solve tomorrow´s construction challenges. Much of ththat work takes place in our R & D Testcenter.

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“Everything Begins With An Idea” – (Earl Nightingale)


Welcome to fibo intercons R&D Testcenter, where we specialize in innovative concrete technologies that can help solve tomorrow´s construction challenges. Our mission is to work with our partners and customers to investigate new solutions for concrete in numerous ways. At fibo intercon, we are committed to exploring new applications of concrete that are sustainable, efficient and cost-effective. Our areas of focus include recycling, foam, 3D printing, and mining. 

Whether you need assistance with product development or testing, we have the expertise and resources to help you achieve your goals. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can assist you with your next project.   



3D concrete printing is a new technology that involves using a 3D printer to create concrete structures, which can be built faster, more efficiently, and with less waste than traditional construction methods.

One of the biggest advantages of 3D concrete printing is speed. Traditional construction methods can take weeks or even months to complete a project, whereas 3D printing can create structures in a few days.

Another advantage of 3D concrete printing is that it can be more environmentally friendly than traditional construction methods. The process generates less waste, and the materials used can be more sustainable. Additionally, because the structures are built with precision there is less need for additional materials to be used in the construction process.

Several tests of concrete for 3D printing have been made in our Testcenter and have shown that a mobile batching plant from fibo intercon is well suited for use in a setup with a 3D printer. The concrete from our batching plants is homogenous and due to the advanced control system, all produced concrete can be documented, and the quality stays the same batch after batch.

Foam Concrete


The demand for lightweight and energy-efficient materials has been increasing rapidly in the construction industry. Foam concrete is one such material that has gained popularity in recent years. It is a lightweight concrete type containing small air bubbles or foam in the mixture. The foam acts as a lightweight filler, reducing the overall weight of the concrete, while still maintaining its strength and durability.

As a leading manufacturer of mobile batching plants, Fibo Intercon has recently developed an add-on to their mobile batching plant that allows foam concrete production. With this new addition, Fibo Intercon has made it possible to produce both regular concrete and foam concrete with their mobile batching plant. The plant is equipped with a frequency converter that can vary the speed of the mixer during the mixing time. This helps to ensure that the foam is distributed evenly throughout the mixture, resulting in a consistent and high-quality foam concrete product.

The foam add-on box, located on the side of the plant, doses the foam into the mixer during the mixing process. This ensures that the foam is distributed evenly and consistently throughout the mixture. The foam concrete produced by the Fibo mobile batching plant is of high quality, and it can be used for a variety of construction projects, including insulation, lightweight structural elements, and soundproofing. It is an excellent alternative to traditional concrete, as it is easier to work with and requires less equipment and labor.

The Fibo intercom mobile batching plant is a versatile machine that can be used for a wide range of concrete applications. With the addition of the foam concrete add-on, the plant has become even more versatile, allowing it to produce lightweight and energy-efficient concrete products. Foam concrete is an excellent choice for construction projects where weight and insulation are important factors. The lightweight nature of foam concrete also makes it easier to transport, which can result in significant cost savings. It requires less fuel to transport and can be loaded onto smaller vehicles, reducing transportation costs. Additionally, foam concrete has excellent thermal and acoustic insulation properties, making it an ideal choice for energy-efficient building


Stabilizing mine galleries with concrete is a demanding process. The concrete is very dry and hardens immediately. At the same time, securing and stabilization are essential for working in the mines and using them as storage sites for radioactive waste. In collaboration with a customer, we have redeveloped our mobile mixing plant for this use. During this process, our Testcenter has been the focal point for testing the plant and how spraying concrete could take place.

The advantages to using wet shotcrete rather than dry concrete are several. The air quality is significantly improved for the crew and the production rates are much higher.

Water Recycling Systems 

Concrete recycling is the process of reusing concrete that has been removed from a structure or pavement and transforming it into a material that can be used again for construction purposes. This process helps to conserve natural resources. Concrete is made up of a mixture of cement, water, and aggregates such as sand and gravel. By recycling old concrete, we can reduce the need for new aggregates, which can be expensive to mine and transport.

In addition to these environmental benefits, concrete recycling can also be cost-effective. Recycling concrete is often less expensive than concrete made of new materials due to the reduced transportation costs.

Fibo intercon has developed a mobile batching plant with an integrated separator that crushes, and sorts excavated materials before they are used in the production of concrete.

In our R&D Testcenter, we can help you test new ideas with recycled materials.

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If you need assistance with product devellopment or testing we have the expertise and ressources to help you take the next step. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can assist you.