Concrete Admixtures are used in concrete to alter its properties such as air entrainment, reduction of water or cement content, plasticizing of fresh concrete mixtures or to control the setting time of concrete in various ways. Some common uses include improving workability, increase or decrease curing time and enhancing concrete strength.
Waterproofing membrane protect structures from degradation. They increase durability and reduce maintenance costs. They are used for different parts of a structure namely the roof, basement or walls, as well as for different locations, climatic conditions and purpose of the structure. Waterproofing admixtures have a broad range of applications in constructions and infrastructure development.
Brick & Block Admixture
A brick is a type of block used to build walls, pavements and other elements in masonry construction. Properly, the term brick denotes a block composed of dried clay, but is now also used informally to denote other chemically cured construction blocks.
Paver Blocks Admixture
Block paving also known as brick paving is a commonly used decorative method of creating a pavement or hardstanding. The main benefit of bricks over other materials is that individual bricks can later be lifted up and replaced. This allows for remedial work to be carried out under the surface of the paving without leaving a lasting mark.
De-Moulding Agent is an oil based component of low viscosity which is free from suspended matter of sediments. It from a smooth, sliding film at the interface of concrete mould and ensure quick, clean release of hardened concrete. It produces a uniform film with smooth finish and does not stain the concrete surface when demoulded.
Clear Coat is coating material, also known as acrylic polymer and is widely available commonly chosen as a substitute for water repellent on concrete surface. clear coat is a high gloss clear fast drying, flexible, protective and insulating coating designed to protect concrete substrates from atmospheric corrosion, dust and other common contaminants.