A fluid concrete technology developed to address complex placement challenges, while maintaining stability of the mix and enabling the desired surface finish.
- No vibration is required: By eliminating the need for vibration, the job can not only be executed quicker, but there is a direct correlation to a safer work site due to the limited bodies working on potentially dangerous slabs.
- Smarter work sites: Better worksite organization; with reduced pouring points, crane handling and more efficient construction schedules around concrete placement and finishing.
- Easier to place: Structures with complex form configurations can be poured, especially where heavy reinforcement or difficult formwork accessibility is involved
- High-rise raft slabs and foundation work,
- Interior and exterior flatwork, such as residential basement floor slabs, commerical slab-on-grade, and agricultural barn and silo bases.
- Vertical Structures (Including, but not limited to: Columns, walls, formliners, bridge work, exterior facades, etc)
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Bob ZaniewskiRMX Product Specialist
in GTA - Lafarge
Osama AbdalbariRMX Sales Manager
in GTA - Lafarge
Rene MatteRMX Product Specialist
in Eastern Ontario
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in Atlantic Canada
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in Northern Ontario
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