The main difference between a wet mix concrete and a dry mix concrete is in their manner of production. In the wet-mix method, concrete is created by mixing all the materials while water is being added to the mixer. In the dry-mix method, concrete is produced by combining all the materials before adding water to … More Know About the Difference in Quality of Dry Mix Concrete and Wet Mix Concrete
Building a home requires a lot of thought, not just with the floor plan and design, but also with the materials you will use for it. If you want to reduce your impact on an environment without sacrificing a durability and overall quality of your property, consider using green building materials, such as dry mix … More Benefits of Using Dry Mix Concrete While Constructing Your Home
Concrete walls are common options in commercial and residential buildings and in places where soundproofing is required. The sheer thickness of concrete walls along with their durability often make people think that they are enough to block unwanted sounds from entering the premises or to keep sound in, to ensure privacy. However, while concrete walls … More Make Sound Barrier in Your Office or Home with Light Weight Concrete Blocks
Fume resistance is an important quality to look for from your building materials as it can affect the health and safety of future users or occupants of your project. Most traditional materials—such as burnt bricks—are often made using materials with high concentrations of organic compounds that can be toxic and leach out slowly, from the … More Analysis on Fume Resistance Property: AAC Blocks Vs Burnt Bricks
With the demand for sustainable and green building practices on the rise, it’s often smart to use eco-friendly and green building materials such as dry mix mortar, lightweight concrete blocks, precast hollow core members, sustainable source woods, and veneers just to name a few, for construction projects. These green buildings can be built in almost … More How the Use of Green Building Materials Can Grow Construction Business
AAC blocks and precast products have ushered in better quality and economy to construction projects. To get the best results from these products, it is necessary to use the right kind of dry mix and bonding material. Dry mix concrete offers greater strength and durability, while offering added advantages that help to make construction activity … More What You Need To Know About Dry Mix Concrete?
AAC bricks have come a long way from the first ones manufactured more than 90 years ago. With advanced processes and technology to assist in their manufacture, light weight concrete blocks have ushered in great changes in the construction horizon. Acknowledged as highly durable, the light weight concrete blocks afford wide ranging benefits from costs … More Using Light Weight Concrete Blocks for High Durability
Dry mix mortar has reduced costs and construction time considerably by virtue of the manufacturing process and the materials. In combination with AAC blocks, dry mix mortar have ushered in innovation to construction processes. A huge relief from the traditional mortar mixing processes that involved cumbersome mixing, through labor and machines, dry mix mortar has … More What Essentials to Consider For Producing Right Sort Of Dry Mix Mortar?
Construction has undergone a metamorphosis, with the use of fast setting mixes, precast blocks. Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) has come to be widely accepted as blocks of choice for the construction of custom designed homes. With advanced technology going into the manufacture of these AAC blocks, it is only natural that the mortar that keeps … More Ways to Find Dry Mix Concrete for Buildings
Red clay bricks are undoubtedly the most widely used construction materials in the world. They were used way back in history, during the time of the earliest civilizations in Turkey and Egypt at around 700 BC. Thousands of years have passed, yet red clay bricks remain popular today because they are inexpensive and strong. Another … More The Difference Between Environmental Friendly Bricks and Red Clay Bricks