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There are 9 item(s) tagged with the keyword "Success with Concrete Countertops".

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1. The Importance of Polymer Content in Trustworthy GFRC Mix Designs

GFRC mix designs

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By Jeffrey Girard
2. Why Penetrating Sealers Are Sometimes Your Best Choice
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By Jeffrey Girard
3. Success with Concrete Countertops: Factors that Affect the Strength of GFRC Pieces

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By Jeffrey Girard
4. Success with Concrete Countertops: An Introduction to Self-Consolidating Concrete

Self-consolidating concrete (SCC), also known as self-compacting concrete, is an amazing and special type of concrete that is highly flowable and resists segregation. It combines specialized mix designs with advanced chemical admixtures to achieve a concrete mixture that, under its own weight, can spread through and around dense reinforcements to adequately fill voids without segregation or excessive bleeding and without the need for significant vibration. In the decorative concrete arena, it has been used to produce castings with a high surface quality, often with few or no pinholes. Less labor, quicker casting times, better surface finish and increased concrete densities are common reasons for choosing SCC.

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By Jeff Girard
5. Success with Concrete Countertops: How Should You Reinforce Your Countertop?

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By Jeffrey Girard, P.E.
6. Precasting Isn't Just for Countertops Anymore

Concrete rivals or surpasses many common architectural materials when it comes to versatility of design and application. Its customizability is well-known, and more fabricators are starting to realize how they can capitalize on its versatility in expanding their market.

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By Jeffrey Girard
7. Success with Concrete Countertops: Special Considerations for Outdoor Cast Concrete
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By Jeff rey Girard
8. Success with Concrete Countertops: Dealing with Wastewater and Sludge

The previous issue’s “Success With Concrete Countertops” article dealt with the role of water in your concrete. This issue’s column concerns the water produced during concrete countertop production.

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By Jeffrey Girard
9. Success With Concrete Countertops: Understanding Water
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By Jeffrey Girard

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