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  • Recognizing the Science Around Coal Ash, Finally

    These positive indications come at an important time for our industry. Fly ash use in concrete was at its lowest level in 2013, for many decades. Coal power plant operators, uncertain of the EPA’s final ruling, weren’t interested in investing in fly ash beneficiating  operations. And some...

  • Making Cracks Invisible

    New admixture will significantly minimize the potential for drying shrinkage cracking to such an extent that cracks may not form.

  • The Future of Resilient Home Building

    There is growing awareness of the need for safer structures.

  • The Need for Resilient Construction

    There is strong market segment growth for concrete home building as resilient construction gets more attention.

  • Smaller Is Much Better

    This special class of shrinkage- reducing admixture uses a patent-pending technology to limits initial crack width in high-performance, crack-prone (HPCP) concrete mixtures. In lab tests, concrete mixtures were tested in accordance with ASTM C1581 test method created crack widths of at about 175mm...

  • Liebherr Truck-Mounted Concrete Pump 37 XXT

    Liebherr's XXT concrete pump is designed for low torsion and is extremely robust.

  • Schwing Radio Remote Control

    Operators can direct boom operation and concrete pumping from hundreds of feet away with Schwing's new wireless radio remote control.

  • Washout Watchdog Porta-Pit

    The Porta-Pit concrete washout container is designed for no-spill security.

  • Concrete Pumping at 2014 World of Concrete

    Innovators continue to improve concrete pumping operations. In the 2014 Most Innovative Product Award program, three World of Concrete exhibitors have nominated products that will continue to increase pumpers' efficiency, safety, and productivity.

  • Let World of Concrete help Build your Legacy

    The Concrete Producer is part of your self-improvement process. Let us help you be a legacy innovator.