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Announcing the CREWS THAT ROCK Finalists
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Announcing the CREWS THAT ROCK Finalists

Here's a sneak peak at the teams up for big awards at the World of Concrete's... More

Heating and Mixing System
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Heating and Mixing System

Melt ice, heat your aggregates, cool your concrete, and cure your product, all... More

Masonry Heater Showcase at World of Concrete
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Masonry Heater Showcase at World of Concrete

MHA heats up World of Concrete with a display of wood-burning appliance construction. More

Oven Industries 5R7-001 temperature controller
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Oven Industries 5R7-001 temperature controller

The 5R7-001 temperature controller creates a seamless transition between heating... More

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TCP's 2009 Greensite Awards

For the second year, THE CONCRETE PRODUCER joins its sister publication, CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION, in presenting the GreenSite Awards to honor the concrete industry's involvement in sustainable construction. While the influence of producers and contractors may go unrecognized once a school opens or tenants move into their condominiums, concrete professionals are contributing more than ever to innovative uses of sustainable products and practices. More

Preparing for Winter Concrete
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Preparing for Winter Concrete

Decreasing fuel use in heating water reduces a product's carbon footprint. More

The Heat is On
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The Heat is On

Using a few contractor tools will reduce winter concrete production costs. More

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2008 GreenSite Project of the Year

An expanded look at the Concrete Producer's Residential GreenSite Project of the Year More

Blanket Heating
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Blanket Heating

Producers looking for an efficient method to warming those special admixture drums... More

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Accommodating radiant heat in slabs

We are a ready-mixed producer in northern Wisconsin. Several contractors we supply have placed in-floor heating in garage or basement floors. Two of these floors have cracked after turning on the heat. We have been told that this may be due to thermal cracking or shocking. We would like information to pass along to contractors the proper procedures for installing these tubes. How and when should homeowners begin using the heat? More

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