Consolidating concrete

The report examines the selection of constituent materials, proportioning of concrete mixtures, testing methods, fresh and hardened concrete properties, production and quality control issues, and other aspects of SCC.

Attachment D, “Research Description and Findings,” provides detailed information on the experimental program and data analysis, and the findings of the literature review.

The revolutionary technology used in Agilia® products allows it to flow cohesively under its own weight.

It delivers excellent quality concretes and screeds with superior surface finishes compared to traditional materials – without manual placement or vibration.

It is a pre-blended, pre-packaged, high performance, flowable, concrete material containing Portland cement, silica fume, 10 mm (3/8 inch) stone and other carefully selected admixtures.

Repair any leaks in the formwork, as the formwork should be watertight. For soffit repairs, vent holes should be included for air venting.

Entry points for MS-S10 SCC should not be spaced more than 600 mm (24 inches) apart.

Repair any leaks in the formwork, as the formwork should be watertight. Gravity feed or pump MS-S10 SCC into forms and allow mix to fully encapsulate any existing rebar. Forms should not be removed until mix has attained 75% of its 28 day strength.

Refer to ACI 347, “Guide to Formwork for Concrete”.

Moist curing should be conducted for a minimum period of 7 days after placement.

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