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What is the process of producing concrete?

lis 24, 2015

The concrete production process is, contrary to appearances, relatively complicated. It is not enough to put all the necessary concrete mixture...

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Concrete corrosion – when does it occur and how can you prevent it?

lis 24, 2015

Concrete corrosion occurs wherever the surface of concrete or reinforcement is exposed to the effects of various kinds of destructive factors. Very...

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What factors have an impact on the colour and surface of concrete?

paź 26, 2015

Numerous factors have an impact on the final look of architectural concrete, i.e. its shape, texture and colouring. They include: - material-related...

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What is reinforced concrete?

paź 26, 2015

Reinforced concrete is a structural material consisting of concrete and reinforcement in the form of steel inserts. They can be bars, strings,...

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Monolithic flooring – advantages and disadvantages.

paź 26, 2015

Despite the presence of many modern and interesting construction solutions on the market, traditional monolithic flooring still has numerous...

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Monolithic or beam and block flooring?

wrz 24, 2015

The choice between monolithic and beam and block flooring should be made after comprehensive consultations with the designer of the house, since both...

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How to prevent cracks in concrete?

wrz 24, 2015

When writing about cracks in concrete, one should remember that they are a natural component of any concrete surface, which is particularly visible...

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Is concrete waterproof?

wrz 24, 2015

The most popular classes of concrete, such as C 16/20 or C20/25, are not waterproof in the same way as, e.g., the majority of plastics. Of course,...

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Role of admixtures in the production of architectural concrete

sie 25, 2015

The most important function of architectural concrete is the aesthetical function – such a composite should in the first place assure a good...

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What is aerated autoclaved concrete?

sie 25, 2015

Aerated autoclaved concrete is a popular construction material, which in most cases has the form of individual blocks, or seldom beams, ceiling slab...

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