Standard Concrete

A type of concrete that is manufactured and mixed in a batching Plant as per a special mix design and then delivered to the site by Transit Mixers Trucks. Depending on site and clients requirements, usually ranging from 10 to 50 MPa.

Self-Compacting Concrete

A concrete that is able to flow under its own weight and completely fill the formwork, while maintain homogeneity even in the presence of congested reinforcement, and then consolidate without the need for vibrating compaction. The use of SCC improves quality of concrete, construction process and offers benefits to key areas such as energy and health and safety.

SCC Benefits:

-Solve problems with placing concrete on site such as in areas of congested reinforcement, complex formwork or poor access.
– Improved surface finishes.
– Safer workplace environment.
– Increased productivity.

Fields of application: in-situ concrete such as in congested reinforcement, retaining walls, bridge pier replacement and column encasement; precast concrete products; Tunnel lining; walls and columns with textured architectural finish etc.

Durable Concrete

A series of concrete mixtures designed for concrete structures to perform their intended functions while maintaining the required strength and serviceability during the specified or traditionally expected service life under various conditions of exposure.

Fields of applications: bridges, tunnels, power and desalination plants

Waterproof Concrete

Concrete that specially designed to be placed underwater with the ability to resist cement washout. The basic requirements that concrete maintains its cohesiveness and not prone to segregation with sufficient work ability to be self-leveling and self-compacting. No dispersal concrete using anti-washout admixture can be formulated for use in free-flow or turbulent underwater conditions.

High Performance Concrete

Concrete designed with higher cement content and lower water cement ratio
compared to standard concrete. Compressive strength normally ranges from 60 MPa to100MPa with an occasional 120 MPa. High performance concrete is not all about strength, there are other desirable properties; an adequate rheology – primarily workability – at the time of placement,
high modulus of elasticity, low permeability and resistance to some forms of attack. As such, a broadened range of cementitious materials and variety of admixtures is used to enhance these properties.

Fields of application: high rise buildings, bridges and in structures under sever exposure condition.

Early Setting Concrete

A Type of concrete with an added special admixture gives a result of Quick setting concrete to be used for precast blocks , specific areas with special requirements of an early strength concrete.

Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Refers to a concrete mixed with fibers to prevent uncontrolled crack development and to provide an alternative to the provision of conventional steel bars or welded fabric in some applications. Specific values for the various properties will depend on the strength of the concrete and on the type and dosage of fibers used.

Fields of application: external paving areas, sprayed concrete, slabs and precast elements.

Paving Concrete, sub-base and pavement

Refers to a range of designed concrete that can be used in the construction of external in-situ concrete paving with a focus on consistence, finishes, strength, durability and mechanical resistance according to the design requirements and its intended working life.

Fields of application: paving for ports or container yards, paving for airfield runways or aprons, paving subject to heavy loading.

Pigment Color Concrete

Aesthetically enhanced concrete designed to have variety of colors depending on the structure and applications.

Fields of application: Decorative concrete

Slip-forming Concrete

Refers to a concrete that is specifically designed to have adequate workability with low frictional resistance yet achieve a high early strength development enabling the slip form to be raised.

Fields of application: Towers, chimneys, bridge piers, shear walls, silos, oil platforms, water tanks, shaft lining, and nuclear power containment vessels.

Thermal Backfill

Designed and manufactured for the underground Transmission and Distribution Industry. Suitable for underground power cable of high ampacity and longer service life. FTB provides thermal stability for underground cables by dissipating the heat generated thus preventing the power cable from exceeding its safe operating temperatures.

The superior characteristics of FTB:
– Low dry thermal resistivity.
– Expected dry density of 1800 – 2000 Kg/m3
– Can be poured or pumped.
– Fill the space without vibration
– Easily to install, easily to remove if required with no risk of damaging the cable jacket.
– Ideal for areas where mechanical compaction is not feasible or practical.