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Category : Building Technology Guide

Building technology and construction guide provides information on building and construction materials for different types of construction works.

What is Super-hydrophobic Cement? Applications and Advantages

What is Super-hydrophobic Cement?Super-hydrophobic cement, which is also known as luminescent cement, is produced by modifying the structure of cement. It absorbs and reflects lights which makes it an environmentally friendly material and an alternative ...

Hydrogel- How it Works, Applications, and Advantages

Rosiak and Yoshii define hydrogel as a crosslinked three-dimensional polymeric network structure, which can absorb and retain considerable amounts of water.Hydrogel has the ability to cool a room down and that is why ...

Concrete Homes- Design Ideas and Benefits

Concrete homes are obviously constructed from concrete, but it is also possible to use other materials in combination with concrete such as steel, fibre, plastic, glass, wood and other improved materials. Today, concrete is being widely used for ...

Burnished Concrete – Types, Uses and Benefits

Burnished concrete is conventional concrete trowelled more than twice to make the concrete surface hard-wearing with a durable finish and a great surface lustre. It is majorly used in residential and commercial buildings.

Mix Ratio of Sand-Cement Screed for Floors

Mix ratio of sand and cement screed for floor varies based on the intended use of the screed. Added to that, cement type, grade of aggregate and the method of storage of screed material influence the mix ratio ...

How to Stop Moisture in Concrete Floor?

Commonly, concrete floors are vulnerable to moisture and suffer from different detrimental influence of moisture such as lifting tile off the floor, rotting hardwood, damping carpet, coating delamination and many more.These problems are not only disrupting functions ...