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Concrete In General

How do you remove stains from concrete?

How do you remove stains from concrete?

How do you remove stains from concrete? Stains can be removed from concrete with dry or mechanical methods, or by wet methods using chemical or water. Common dry methods for removing stains from concrete include sandblasting, flame cleaning and shotblasting, grinding, scabbing, planing and scouring. Steel-wire brushes should be used with care because they can

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How do I calculate square footage for concrete?

How do I calculate square footage for concrete?

We’ve had several emails asking us how to calculate square footage for concrete projects, so we thought putting together a visual might be of assistance. In it’s easiest form, these are the best ways to figure your square footage. It doesn’t matter if you’re trying to figure out measurements for polished concrete, epoxy flooring, acid

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Can high-performance concrete be made with white cement?

It is possible to formulate high-performance white and colored concrete to achieve various improved properties such as high strength or very low permeability. By incorporating materials like calcined clay (such as metakaolin), slag, or white silica fume into the mix design along with white cement , concrete properties can be modified while still maintaining the

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Do we need to apply a bonding agent before applying the shotcrete?

No bonding agent is required. A key to a successful repair is proper surface preparation. The surface receiving the shotcrete must have the deteriorated material completely removed, be thoroughly cleaned, and in a saturated surface-dry condition (SSD) at the time of shotcrete application. Another key item is proper curing and protection following shotcreting. Details can

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How can you tell if you’re getting the amount of concrete you’re paying for?

The real indicator is the yield, or the actual volume produced based on the actual batch quantities of cement, water and aggregates. The unit weight test can be used to determine the yield of a sample of the ready mixed concrete as delivered. It’s a simple calculation that requires the unit weight of all materials

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