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Batching Plant both computerised wet mix w/ capacities of 100 m3 % 50 m3 hours; Cement Silos: 6.4 of them with capacity 250 TON & Two of them 100 TON. Concrete Pumps: 58 MT Boom Length: 1 Model 2008 ; 47 MT Boom Length: 1 Model 2007; 46 MT Boom length: 46 MT Boom Length: 1 Model 2001; 42 Mt Boom: 1 Model 2007; 36.5 MT Boom length:2.
Ready-mix concrete specifies requirements such as the type and quality of ready-mix concrete mix proportions, materials manuacturing, and quality control and test methods. Aggregates to be used for ready-mix concrete and test methods to be used, the requirements specified in QCS 2014 are designed to cover a wide range of requirement. Concrete mix proportions should meet three performance requirements. These are workability is specified strength and durability for concrete according to our determined standard concrete mix requirements be taken in order to achieve the desired performance of concrete is to use a water/cement ratio besides completely achieve and smooth filling.
 We also cater to special orders such as special orders like Fly Ash, Polypropylene Fiber GGBS , Micro silica Fume & Water Proofing.


Standard Concrete 20N, 25N, 30N, 35N, 40N, 45N, 50N, 55N, 60N OPC & SRC

Light Weight Concrete 

 Foam Concrete

Light Weight aggregate concrete using for structures subjected to freezing & thawing, the freeze thru resistance of the concrete using the lightweight concrete should be confirmed based on past experiences and records, lightweight aggregates originate from natural materials and thermal treatment of natural raw material with fly ash proportion. 

The required properties of the light weight concrete will have a bearing on the best type of light weight aggregate to use. The benefits of light weight aggregate concrete include.
1. Reduction in dead load and save the reinforcement.
2. Improved Thermal Properties & Fire Resistance.
3. Reduction in formwork and propping.

Foamed concrete is a highly workable, low-density material which can incorporate up to 75 per cent entrained air. It is generally self-levelling, self-compacting and may be pumped. Foamed concrete is ideal for filling redundant voids such as disused fuel tanks, sewer systems, pipelines, and culverts – particularly where access is difficult. It is a recognised medium for the reinstatement of temporary road trenches. Good thermal insulation properties make foamed concrete also suitable for sub-screeds, filling under-floor voids and insulation on flat concrete roofs.


Underwater Concrete

 High Strength Concrete

Ordinary underwater concrete and anti-washout. Underwater concrete are constructed one a relatively wide area in the seas. Ordinary underwater concrete is used mostly for unreinforced concrete besides from increasing the resistance, it’s also used for cast in place piles or diaphragm walls that involve the construction of reinforced or steel framed reinforce concrete in water or in stability fluid. Anti-washout under water concrete maybe of much higher quality than ordinary underwater concrete if appropriate materials, mix proportions and construction methods are selected. Another benefit is a small amount of leaching of suspended solids into surrounding water during construction.

This for structures such as restressed concrete bridges, tanks and diaphragm walls and for industrial products precast prestressed concrete beams prestressed concrete piles, which used concrete higher than the ordinary concrete. The basic way to achieve high strength of concrete is to keep the water to cement ratio as low as possible in the range to achieve the required performance of the concrete.