Pouring concrete in cold weather – Tips From Portland Cement Association
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- Preheat sand and gravel.
- Thaw frozen ground up to 8 feet deep.
- Melt ice & snow from job-sites.
- Heat & freeze protection for tanks & silos.
- Prevent concrete freezing, cracking & rapid drying.
- Keep crews working all winter as a result of this new technology.
- In addition, reduce cure time & increase concrete PSI.
- Maintain even & consistent heat during hydration process.
- Deliver a superior finished product every time, because you can.
- Therefore, put your concrete competition out of business.
Most of All – We Answer the Questions Contractors Ask:
- How to keep concrete crews working in the winter and make a profit?
- and How to avoid concrete freezing?
- How to thaw frozen ground prior to concrete pour?
- and How to keep concrete from freezing in sub-zero temperatures?
- How to avoid winter work stoppage?
- and How to pour concrete in freezing temperatures?
- Pouring Concrete In Cold Weather – Anywhere & Anytime!
As a result, hence, consequently, therefore, in conclusion – using CureMAX heated construction blankets will save you time, money and headaches. While we attempt to keep plenty of stock on hand, demand continue to increase. We warehouse large volumes of the blankets. Due to unpredictable weather patters, stock my run low. Order early and often for best results. Please call for availability. Quantity discounts available for resellers.
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