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ULTRAPORCRETE - High Strength Porous Concrete

12.11.2012
UPC is a high strength, chemically swelled, air curing

and mineral-binding Construction-Concrete. UPC shows a high mechanical load capacity and is at the same time a very light and heat insulating material. You are able to regulate the distribution of the blowholes by variation the reaction parameters. Therefore you can change the properties density, pressure resistance individually as needed.

Commercial Opportunities: With UPC is the first porous concrete that is qualified as construction material for supporting walls. UPC can be used for stationary production in factories as well as for in-situ construction at the building site.

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