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  • 1. TYPES OFCONCRETEThe 5 types of concrete www.SundekOfTidewater.com 757-566-4620
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  • 3. • There are different types of concrete that are manufactured nowadays that are appropriate for different needs and applications. The formulas and ingredients in different types of concrete vary to suit the condition and preference for specific construction designs www.SundekOfTidewater.com 757-566-4620
  • 4. • People who often use concrete for their personal or commercial engagements should have an idea about the different types of concrete in order to appropriately pick the right type to optimize the value of the material. www.SundekOfTidewater.com 757-566-4620
  • 5. REGULAR CONCRETE• The most common type used is the regular concrete that is also known as normal weight concrete or normal strength concrete. This pertains to the concrete that is readily available in the retailer’s market for personal and home usage. This includes usage instructions that are printed in the packaging of the product. It utilizes sand and other materials to serve as aggregates and is often fused in improvised vessels. www.SundekOfTidewater.com 757-566-4620
  • 6. REGULAR CONCRETE• Consumers should be careful to remove organic materials from the concrete mixture in order to ensure the highest level of strength and durability. Commonly, this type of concrete has a setting period ranging from thirty to ninety minutes depending on the moisture in the atmosphere and fineness of the cement & aggregates. This type of concrete is not recommended for structures intended for severe conditions such as freezing and thawing. www.SundekOfTidewater.com 757-566-4620
  • 7. HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE• High strength concrete mix possesses compressive strength that is higher than six thousand pounds per square inch. This is processed by lowering the water-cement ratio to a minimum of 0.35 or lower. The low water- cement ratio makes this type of cement less workable. In order to combat this weakness, super plasticizers are added to this concrete mix. www.SundekOfTidewater.com 757-566-4620
  • 8. HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE• High performance concrete refers to a newly developed concrete mix that has properties that are a notch higher compared to regular concrete mixes. This includes enhanced strength, durability and workability, simplicity of usage, compaction without segregation, long-term mechanical properties, permeability, density, toughness and volume stability. Air-entrained agents can also be used in order customize this concrete mix for severe environments. www.SundekOfTidewater.com 757-566-4620
  • 9. SHOTCRETE• Shotcrete refers to the type that utilizes compressed air in order to shoot concrete towards a finished frame or structure. This type of concrete is preferred for works that are needed to be applied overhead or on vertical surfaces. This is used for repairs on bridges, dams, pools and other application that needs the concrete to be applied without forming. Shotcrete eliminates the use of formwork for its application. www.SundekOfTidewater.com 757-566-4620
  • 10. PERVIOUS CONCRETE• Pervious concrete refers to the type of concrete that allows water to penetrate the inside of the concrete through the network of holes in the material. The network of holes allows water to pass through naturally and permits the replenishment of groundwater that regular concrete cannot do. Pervious concrete is formed by leaving some fine aggregates while binding remaining large aggregates through Portland cement. www.SundekOfTidewater.com 757-566-4620
  • 11. • The advancement of technology is really evident in the different types of concrete that is developed in the present age. Through customizing the different ingredients and formulas, they formed concrete mixes that can cater to the different conditions and requirements of structures. The knowledge about the different types of concrete should be wisely used by consumers in order to take advantage of its properties for their construction engagements. www.SundekOfTidewater.com 757-566-4620