GP F&W 3000
47B I PF
47BD I PF
• Recover – HS
Designed to stabilize the hydration of portland cement concretes, provides uniform results
Advantages: Eliminates the need to discharge wash water from the mixer, prevents the waste of unused concrete, provides predictable extended set for continuous placement on mass concrete and tremine projects or on long hauls to remote sites
• Zyla 630 – LRWR
Promotes more complete hydration of Portland cement and has no effect on concrete air enterainment
Advantages: No impact on conrete air content, better control of water reduction and setting times
• ADVA 585 – HRWR
Designed for the production of a wide range of concrete mixes, designed to impart extreme workability without segregation to the concrete.
Advantages: Excelenlent dosage efffciency, moisture and air control, enhanced concrete cohesiveness with low viscosity for rapid placement, superior finish on cast surfaces, enhanced strength development
• Daraccel – C
Faster set acceleration and increased early strength development of concrete.
Advantages: Designed for cold weather concreting, provides earlier finishing and form removal with significant job enconomies, serves as a water-reducing accelerator
• Daraset 400 – NC
Accelerates cement hydration resulting in shortened setting times and increaded early compressive and flexural strengths
Advantages: Accelerates setting time, increases early compressive and flexural strengths, non-corrosive
• Darex II – AE
For increaded protection against damage from freezing and thawing, severe weathering, or de-icer chemicals.
Advantages: Useful for longer transit times, produces excellent air void systems in concretes that are traditionally difficult to air entrain
• 5-gallon bucket of ADVA 585
Designed to impart extreme workability without segregation to the concrete
Advantages: Enhanced concrete cohesiveness with low viscosity for rapid placement, superior finish on cast surfaces, enhanced strength to development
Drivers are not permitted to add any water that would exceed the maximum slump. Additional water will reduce product strength.
Concrete strength is the basis of acceptance, standard tests shall be made in accordance with the latest ASTM C-31 publication.