Crane and Bucket Concrete

Crane and bucket concrete is site-mixed or ready-mixed concrete which remains in its final position in the construction after placing and formwork removal.
Crane and Bucket Concrete

Pumped Concrete

Pumped concrete is used for many different requirements and applications. A suitable concrete mix design is essential so that the concrete can be pumped without segregation and blocking of the lines.
Pumped Concrete

Self-Compacting Concrete (SCC)

Self-compacting concrete (SCC) is an innovative concrete that does not require vibration for placing and compaction. It is able to flow under its own weight, completely filling formwork and achieving full compaction, even in the presence of congested reinforcement.
Self-Compacting Concrete

Concrete for Traffic Areas

Concrete for traffic areas has many applications and is often installed as an alternative to blacktop because of its durability and other advantages.
Concrete for Traffic Areas

Mass Concrete

Mass concrete refers to very thick structures (> 80 cm). These structures often have a large volume, which generally means that large volumes of concrete have to be installed in a short time. This requires extremely good planning and efficient processes.
Mass Concrete

Monolithic Concrete for Industrial Floors

Monolithic concrete is utilized for the construction of tear resistant and plain concrete floors or decks. These concrete floors are characterized by high quality, durability and economy.
Monolithic Concrete for Industrial Floors

Roller-Compacted Concrete (RCC)

Roller-compacted concrete (RCC) is composed of the same components as conventional concrete (cement, admixtures, sand, gravel, water and mineral additives) but it is transported, placed and compacted with earth’s movement machinery.
RCC

Slipform Concrete

By using the slipforming method the formwork is moved continuously in sync with the concreting process in a 24-hour operation.
Slipform Concrete

Sprayed Concrete

Sprayed concrete is a concrete which is delivered to the point of installation in a sealed, pressure-resistant hose or pipe, applied by ‘spraying’ and this method of application also compacts it simultaneously.
Sprayed Concrete

Wet Precast Concrete

Precast concrete is used to build structures which are delivered after hardening. Concrete used for the production of precast structures requires an industrialized production process, and a good concrete mix design with continuous optimization is essential.
Wet Precast Concrete

Tunnel Segment Concrete

Modern tunneling methods in weak rock conditions demand concrete segments which are immediately load bearing as linings to the fully excavated tunnel section.
Tunnel Segment Concrete

Semi-dry Concrete

Semi-dry concrete is used for the manufacture of small precast concrete products.
Semi-dry Concrete