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The Process of Making Concrete

Let’s face it – a lot of people use the words “concrete” and “cement” interchangeably mistakenly thinking these refer to the same thing. This couldn’t be more incorrect. Cement refers to a broad variety of fine-ground powders that harden when mixed with water.   On the other hand, concrete is a hardened construction material made more »

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Diamond grinding is the removal of concrete using diamond saw blades that are mounted on a rotating drum. The technology helps remove scallops or bumps that cause poor quality of ride on the surface by improving its texture and overall friction. It is one of the ways to profile concrete. It has gained recognition as more »

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  When scientist José Carlos Rubio came up with glowing cement – cement that glows at night, no doubt he intended it to illuminate roads and highways at night. Ever wondered what it would feel like to ride at nght on a road that does not have the characteristic marginal broken white lines? These will more »

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Concrete was by itself durable enough for construction until the 19th century when innovation led to the development of steel reinforcement. From then on, it didn’t take long for its popularity to spread. Engineers saw reinforcing concrete as a way of reducing construction cost and saving time while bringing to life even stronger, more durable more »

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How To Level Concrete Floor High Spots Many people consider concrete as the best flooring material, given its versatility. It perfectly suits both classic and modern décor for both home and commercial use. When polished, a concrete floor can be the most beautiful element in interior spaces. The flooring can also last longer than just more »

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