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Ahuja Concrete has a wide range of products and services, including technical support for its different types of ready-mix concrete. Below are a few examples of ready-mix concrete technologies with special properties and performance

Standard Ready-Mix Concrete

Standard ready-mix concrete is the most common form of concrete. It is prepared for delivery at a concrete plant instead of mixed on the construction site, which guarantees the quality of the concrete. We deal in all grades for ready Mix Concrete from Grade M10 ~ M80

Water Proof Concrete

Compared to traditional methods of achieving watertight structures, Ahuja Water tight concrete is a simpler alternative offering contractors, engineers and clients the competitive edge in both cost and time savings.

Every good quality concrete will allow the passage of water through it as a function of capillarity, when there is water on one side of the structure and air on the other, the volume of capillary pores in the concrete mix is proportional to the water/cement ratio. Read More

Architectural and Decorative Concrete

This type of concrete can provide a structural function, as well as an aesthetic or decorative finish. It can offer smooth or rough surfaces or textures, as well as a variety or range of colours. Read More

Light Weight / Foamed Concrete

Foamed concrete is a highly workable, low density material incorporating up to 80% air. It is generally self levelling, self compacting. Risk of plastic shrinkage or settlement cracking is significantly lower than that of standard concrete. Read More

Rapid- Setting / High Early Strength Concrete

Designed to enhance early strength development, this concrete allows fast formwork removal, accelerated construction sequencing, and rapid repair for such jobs as roads and airport runways. Typically used in low temperature (5-10°C) concreting during winter, this concrete can also be used in buildings, railways, and precast applications. In addition to saving time, this concrete technology offers improved durability and acid resistance. Read More

Fibre-reinforced Concrete

Concrete designed with micro or macro fibres can be used either for structural applications, where the fibres can potentially substitute for steel rebar reinforcement, or for reducing shrinkage—primarily early age shrinkage. Macro fibres can significantly increase the ductility of concrete, making it highly resistant to crack formation and propagation. Read More

Self-Compacting Concrete (SCC)

SCC has very high flow; therefore, it is self-levelling, eliminating the need for vibration. Due to the super plasiticizers used—chemical admixtures that impart very high flow—SCC exhibits very high compaction as a result of its low air content. Consequently, SCC can have very high strengths, exceeding 50 MPa. Read More

High Performance Concrete (HPC)

When you are placing concrete in harsh conditions where aggressive chemicals or high levels of abrasion are present then you need a high performance concrete that can provide the highest levels of durability and technical performance. Read More

High Volume Fly Ash Concrete (HVFC)

HVFC concrete has all the attributes of high-performance concrete: excellent

mechanical properties and superior durability, it comproses of High Volumes of Fly Ash, superplasticizer, Low water content, Low portland cement content. This producst is an environment-friendly, high performance, durable concrete, designed to build sustainable structures. Read More