Lightweight Cellular Concrete

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Lightweight Cellular Concrete Solutions

The strength and durability of concrete is well known and widely used, however, its weight and density can limit its use for construction or rehabilitation projects. Enter Lightweight Cellular Concrete (LCC) and Low Density Cellular Concrete (LDCC).

This mixture, which is a slurry comprised of cement and water — contains air gaps purposely created by prefabricated foam. This allows this lower-density material to be flowable, meaning it can be used to reinforce spaces that were previously not possible, or perhaps considered beyond repair.

Here are just a few examples of how this versatile material can be used to create long-term solutions.

Annular Void & Abandonment Fills

Whether you are dealing with fill material washouts, sinkholes, or need to fill unused or abandoned pipes quickly and affordably, LCC is the one material you need for multiple solutions.
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Because it can be safely and effectively positioned in tight or challenging spaces, the uses of lightweight cellular concrete for geotechnical applications are virtually limitless.
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Lightweight cellular concrete can be used for reclamation — filling subsidence holes and other openings in mines. It’s also a less expensive and more ecologically-friendly option to use for material transit.
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Whether a roof needs insulating, strengthening, or the ability to resist wind, cellular concrete can be an ideal option.
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