Showing 5 articles tagged with "Shotcrete"
Sewage facilities like treatment plants, masonry or concrete channels, and manholes can be seriously damaged due to moisture and attack of aggressive ions. When pores and capillaries are left open for… Read More
Silica fume, or silica fume, is a pozzolanic material that reacts with the free lime in concrete to form calcium-silicate hydrates (CSH). The pozzolanic reaction cannot begin before the reaction… Read More
The Batimix range of products includes a number of dry-mix ready to use concrete and mortar products for shotcreting applications for new construction, repair and rehabilitation works, specialty… Read More
To be durable, concrete structures should be designed to resist weathering action, chemical attack, abrasion and other degradation processes during their service life with minimal maintenance. These… Read More
The European Union fully introduced all of the European Standards 1504 on 1st January 2009. These Standards define the assessment and diagnostic work required, the necessary products and systems… Read More