Aerated concrete may be defined as concrete made very light and cellular by the addition of prepared foam or by generation of gas within the unhardened mixture. It is also termed as cellular concrete and foamed concrete.
Concrete production is the process of mixing together the various ingredients—water, aggregate, cement, and any additives—to produce concrete. Concrete production is time-sensitive.
Microconcrete is a dry ready mix Cementetious based composition formulated for use in repairs of areas where the concrete is damaged & the area is restricted in movement making the placement of conventional concrete difficult
Ready-mix concrete is sometimes preferred over on-site concrete mixing because of the precision of the mixture and reduced work site confusion.
Stenciling is easy for a novice to accomplish successfully. Nearly any competent concrete finisher can turn out a passable job the first time out.Stenciling produces a flatter surface profile than some stamped concrete patterns because the joint indentations aren't as deep
Consistent Quality- concrete is made in high tech batching plants in a computerized environment. Construction in double quick time. Raw materials are chosen after strict quality checks Large quantities of concrete can be ordered. This allows you to upgrade yourself and handle projects of any size. No wastage of raw materials at your site. Everything is pre-mixed at our plants, based on your needs. No hassle of managing labour on site. We supply ready-to-use concrete. Our well-equipped technical crew will handle the pouring and patching of concrete at the site. Safe work practices – no disruption in your schedule. You don’t have to stock materials and watch over them. There’s no worry about pilferage as the concrete is directly supplied to your site when you need it.
Quality is inconsistent–because concrete is hand mixed. Manual mixing is time consuming. Projects take longer time to finish. Quality of raw materials is manually checked. Or not checked at all. Takes more time. Repeated mixing needs to be done for large quantities as the mixer will be too small to handle the requirement. High wastage of raw materials due to manual mixing. Involves the use of labourers for mixing the concrete on site. Management of labour means more time, efforts and money. Highly unsafe. Unskilled and untrained labourers may work carelessly resulting in dangerous working conditions Risk of pilferage of raw materials is high. Housekeeping could be poor due to piles of stocks lying at the site