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Concrete Pour Checklist
Concrete Pour Checklist
Concrete Pour Checklist - Is everything set?
Concrete Repair Tips
Concrete Repair Tips
Repairing concrete can be troublesome. Follow our guide for some tips to ensure a long life trouble free fix.
Curling of Concrete Slabs
Curling of Concrete Slabs
Article discussing the topic of curling. What it is and methods to prevent this happening.
Getting the most from your Power Trowel
Getting the most from your Power Trowel
Finishing concrete has always been about timing: being in the right place at the right time with the right tool. Good power troweling techniques are essential since floor flatness depends directly...
Guide to High Tolerance Flooring Tools
Guide to High Tolerance Flooring Tools
Introduction Misconceptions arise in the belief that laser technology often anwsers all our prayers in the specific requirement of a flat floor. The truth is that although these laser guided...
Power Floating Guide
Power Floating Guide
Power Floating Technique A power float is a concrete finishing machine designed to smooth and to some degree level the surface of the concrete to...
Roller Screeding Guide
Roller Screeding Guide
Roller Screeding 'A simple technique for laying large or small concrete slabs, at exceptional high tolerance' ' Easy as 1, 2 ,3 '   ...
Using Pan Disc's on your Power Trowel
Using Pan Disc's on your Power Trowel
Pan floats, or float disks, attached to the blades of walk-behind or nonoverlapping ride-on power trowels are increasing in use. Con-tractors who have been using float pans for more than four years...
Vibration Induction Guide
Vibration Induction Guide
Vibration Techniques Thorough compaction and thus the removal of air is...
Wet Screed / Flood Poor Guide
Wet Screed / Flood Poor Guide
Wet Screeding 'A practical technique for laying large or small concrete slabs, without the requirement for formwork, screed rails or shuttering'...
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