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Monofilament polypropylene fibre reinforced concrete has been used to strengthen sea defences near Brighton, east Sussex.Main contractor Volker Stevin used Fibrin fibres from specialist Adfil placed in more than 11,000 cu m of concrete to boost the sea wall's resistance to chloride attack.