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Category : Concrete Work Procedure

Concrete work procedure for various types of concrete such as foundation, columns, beams, slabs, floors and other reinforced concrete structures.

How To Avoid Common Problems During Concreting at Site?

Understanding the common concreting problems that can occur during concreting practice will help to minimize further mistakes during concreting. Most of the concreting problems arise due to:Improper Mixing Improper Placing Improper CuringMentioned below are the common concreting issues and ...

HOW TO CONTROL WASTAGE OF CONCRETE AT SITE?

How to control wastage of concrete at site?While estimating quantity of concrete for particular structural work, we normally consider 3-5% as wastage. But wastage of concrete more than that can increase the cost of project and may impact project progress. ...

SPECIFICATIONS FOR JOINTS IN CONCRETE

Joints in concrete structures such as contraction joints and expansion joints are required to be provided to prevent cracks in concrete at hardened state. To provide these joints, there certain specification which must be followed. These specifications are explained ...

POLYURETHANE WATERPROOFING OF CONCRETE ROOF SLAB

Polyurethane Waterproofing of Concrete Roof Slab: Polyurethane waterproofing of concrete roof slab consists of two pack clear/pigmented Aliphatic Polyurethane using Polyether Polyols with Isocyanate for rendering flame resistant characteristic. The two pack system consisting of pigment and the solvent (Xylene/Toluene, no ...

Cold Joint in Concrete and Methods of Treatment

A cold joint is an advancing face of a concrete pour, which could not be covered by fresh concrete before concrete has begin to set due to stoppage, delay or low rate of pour placement. The fresh concrete can not ...