Concrete - Wikipedia

Opus caementicium exposed in a characteristic Roman arch. In contrast to modern concrete structures, the concrete used in Roman buildings was usually covered with brick or stone.

Concrete slab production | Masa Group

The slab press UNI 2000 is the heart of any plant for the manufacture of concrete slabs. In addition, dosing and mixing plants, take-off devices with direct washing units and storage systems as well as machines and equipment ...

Concrete Production| Concrete Producer

News, advice, and technical information to help concrete producers run their businesses more efficiently and profitably. Topics include materials, plants, fleets, sustainability, and more.

Concrete sleeper production plants

Nowadays, railways and railway networks are equipped with concrete sleepers. To respond to the demand from private industry and the public sector, manufacturers of precast concrete parts and building companies are making ever ...

Concrete Production| Concrete Producer

News, advice, and technical information to help concrete producers run their businesses more efficiently and profitably. Topics include materials, plants, fleets, sustainability, and more.

Production| Concrete Producer

News, advice, and technical information to help concrete producers run their businesses more efficiently and profitably. Topics include materials, plants, fleets, sustainability, and more.

Concrete sleeper production plants

Nowadays, railways and railway networks are equipped with concrete sleepers. To respond to the demand from private industry and the public sector, manufacturers of precast concrete parts and building companies are making ever ...

U.S. and world cement production 2017 | Statistic

This statistic represents the production of cement in the United States and worldwide between 2010 and 2017. In 2017, around 86.3 million metric tons of cement was produced in the United States, in comparison to some 4,100 ...

Concrete | building material | Britannica

Concrete: Concrete,, in construction, structural material consisting of a hard, chemically inert particulate substance, known as aggregate (usually sand and gravel), that is bonded together by cement and water. Among the ...