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Category : Concrete Types

There are various types of concrete for different purpose. Information on roller compacted, magnesium phosphate, polymer cement, green concrete, sulphate resistant, cold weather, self compacting concrete is provided.

Stamped Concrete and Its Preparation Methods

What is Stamped Concrete? Stamped concrete is a concrete which gives similar appearance to bricks, tiles, or wood etc., after stamping or texturing or patterning. Stamped concrete is generally used for sidewalks, driveways inside house, pool decks, interior flooring ...

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PUMPED CONCRETE PUMP TYPES & SELECTION

WHAT IS PUMPED CONCRETE? Pumped concrete is the concrete which is transported to heights by means of pumping using concrete pumps. This method is used where large quantity of concrete work is involved at greater height, where other means of transporting ...

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TRANSPARENT (LIGHT TRANSMITTING) CONCRETE

Transparent concrete also called as translucent concrete or light transmitting concrete is achieved by replacing aggregates with transparent alternate materials. The bonding material in transparent concrete may be able to transmit light by using clear resins the concrete mix. Use ...

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ADVANCE CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE IN STRUCTURE REPAIRS

Structure Repair with Advance Cast in Place Concrete Types Cast-In-Place Fiber-Reinforced Concrete   When metallic or polymeric fibers (made up of steel, glass or synthetic and natural plastics) are added in conventional concrete to get greater resistance to plastic shrinkage, drying shrinkage, and ...

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NO-FINES CONCRETE & ITS MIX PROPORTION

No-Fines Concrete is a method of producing light concrete by omitting the fines from conventional concrete. No-fines concrete as the term implies, is a kind of concrete from which the fine aggregate fraction has been omitted. This concrete is made ...

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