Ready Mix ConcreteCemtech Fast Build Products
CEMTEC have long been established as the leading supplier of raw materials to the building and construc-tion industry in South India, CEMTEC's products, in-cluding Cement, Stone, Readyrnix concrete, Readymix plasters, Concrete blocks and Construction chemicals are the building blocks of society and the structures in which we live and work, Our Vision is to be the leading supplier within our industry, creating value for all share-holders, our employees and the communities in which we work.
Ready-mix concrete is often preferred over on-site concrete mixing because of the precision of the mixture and reduced work site confusion.
Ready-mix concrete is concrete that is manufactured in a factory or batching plant, according to a set recipe, and then delivered to a work site by truck mounted in–transit mixers. This results in a precise mixture, allowing specialty concrete mixtures to be developed and implemented on construction sites.Ready-mix concrete is often preferred over on-site concrete mixing because of the precision of the mixture and reduced work site confusion.Ready-mix concrete is manufactured under controlled operations and transported and placed at site using sophisticated equipment and methods.. We are proud to deliver products within a framework of sustainable development, by conducting environmental impact studies and employing environmentally friendly production processes, we endeavour to optimise the recovery of natural resources and the use of by-products to sustain natural resources.
Readymix Concrete - We produce a range of mixes in strengths from 5N - 90N using 10mm or 20mm aggregate size to meet the different demands required by our cus-tomers. Our techniCal staff can design a special mix to meet any requirement.
- Self Levelling / Self Compacting Concrete
- Low Carbon Concrete
- Fibre Re-Inforced Concrete: Poly Fibres & Steel Fibres
- Colour Concrete
- Super Plasticised Concrete
The more workable or the higher the slump of the concrete mix, the easier it is to place, com-pact and finish, This will relate to the applica-tion or available equipment. The two slumps traditionally used are: 100 mm and 125 mm, All of the brands may be manufactured in any of the strength categories. However, all have an optimal mix, based on performance and economics.