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Safety Data Sheets & Tech Data
Click on the button below to see a brief description of our most popular concrete admixtures and structural fibers. For more detailed information regarding these and additional admixture products; please refer to the tech data sheet and safety data sheet sections.
At Kuert Concrete, quality is everything. We have worked hard to establish and maintain consistent, high-quality concrete so that our customers can be assured they are working with a product that will meet their standards and last for years to come.
Our stringent quality control processes include:
- A full-time quality control staff, including a Certified Concrete Technologist
- ACI-certified sales staff that includes Level 1 Concrete Technicians
- NRMCA-certified plants
- Automated batching systems at each plant to assure consistency
- State-of-the-art, in-house lab that continuously tests batches to ensure an optimal mix
In addition, our equipment is calibrated several times each year, and our staff perform daily tests of both concrete and materials. These tests are conducted both on the job site and in our lab, to assure that our high standards are maintained.
Driveway Protection Literature
Information on the economic and environmental qualities of concrete.Visit Concreteparking.org
Management of storm water runoff on a regional and local basis.Visit Perviouspavement.org
“Liquid soil” is placed as a flowable liquid, yet hardens and rapidly develops excellent load-bearing properties with no compaction needed.Visit Flowablefill.org
A highly flowable, non-segregating concrete that can spread into place, fill formwork and encapsulate even the most congested reinforcement, all without any mechanical vibration.Visit Selfconsolidatingconcrete.org
Concrete in Practice Tech Topic Sheets
Find out how, why and what happens with concrete.Visit nrmca.org
Insulating Concrete Forms & Tilt-up Concrete
The latest information on this highly efficient and practical method of construction.Visit Concretebuildings.org