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Concrete Treatment: What & Why

Concrete treatments are a process of adding materials to concrete to change its properties. Treatments can be used to improve the strength, durability, or appearance of concrete. They can also be used to repair damaged concrete. There are many different treatments, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages. Here we'll discuss the type of treatment that is best for a particular project depends on the goals of the project and the specific needs of the concrete.

Purpose of Concrete Admixtures

Concrete admixtures are added to concrete mixtures to improve performance and manageability. Different admixtures serve different purposes, such as increasing strength, controlling setting time, or improving workability. Admixtures can also be used to reduce the cost of concrete production by minimizing the need for other ingredients, such as cement. Here we'll discuss how concrete admixtures can improve the quality of concrete while reducing costs.

Decorative Concrete

Decorative concrete is one of the most versatile and durable materials available for residential and commercial projects. Its beauty lies in its ability to be molded and shaped into nearly any form, making it a popular choice for both indoor and outdoor applications. Many concrete contractors are expanding their business by offering decorative options to concrete finishes.

Concrete Cures and Sealers

Each type of sealer has unique properties for specific applications, so it's important to choose the right one for the job at hand. Here we'll discuss how concrete sealers can be divided into two main categories: DOT and non-DOT. DOT sealers are typically used on projects that require a high degree of durability, such as highways and bridges. Non-DOT sealers are typically used in less demanding applications, such as parking lots and driveways.

Hardeners and Densifiers

If you're looking to increase the strength and durability of your concrete, you may want to consider using a hardener or densifier. These products work by penetrating the surface of the concrete to fill in any voids or pores and strengthen the concrete to make it more resistant to wear and tear. Here we'll discuss how hardeners and densifiers are available in both liquid and powder form, so you can choose the option that best suits your needs.

Retarders and Finishing Aids

Concrete retarders and finishing aids are materials added to concrete mixtures to slow down or speed up the set time of the concrete. Here we'll discuss how retarders are used to delay the set time of the concrete so that it can be transported to the jobsite and placed before it sets. We'll also go through how finishing aids are used to speed up the set time of the concrete so that it can be finished and cured more quickly.
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