LABORATORY SOLUTIONS

For getting information about a cement, not contained in the standard laboratory must use the experience of working on such a cement contained in the technical guidelines, journal articles and other. In order not to delay the execution of works, the laboratory, using a list of plants, suppliers of cement and complex types of concrete, should give full information beforehand.

RUBBLE

Rubble - a granular inorganic particulate material with grains larger than 5 mm, produced by crushing rocks in a quarry, gravel and boulders, or by recycling industrial waste.

CONCRETE

You build your own house? Or maybe you are a professional builder? Regardless of your goals, we will supply you the quality concrete; wholesale or retail.

SAND

Sand - medium clastic sedimentary rock and an artificial material composed of grains of rock.

CEMENT

Cement - one of the most common building materials. It is used at various stages of construction work: by pouring the foundation to the formation of internal floors.

EXPANDED CLAY

Expanded clay is environmentally friendly building material. Expanded clay is produced from natural raw materials, which does not have contaminants.

AEROCRETE

Aerocrete - convenient and practical material. It combines the best properties of brick and wood. From the first he took the strength and reliability.

DRY BUILDING MIXES

Dry building mixes (DBM) - are modern materials for the repair, which will significantly reduce the time of repair work.

GRAVEL

Gravel is an important commercial product, with a number of applications. Many roadways are surfaced with gravel.

BLOCKS

Blocks for the construction are mainly manufactured of cement and have good characteristics and low cost.

FIRED BRICKS

Bricks are made in a similar way to mud-bricks except without the fibrous binder such as straw and are fired after they have air-dried to permanently harden them.

GYPCRETE

Gypcrete is a mixture of gypsum plaster and fibreglass rovings. Although plaster and fibres fiborous plaster have been used for many years, especially for ceilings.

FOAM

Recently, synthetic polystyrene or polyurethane foam has been used in combination with structural materials, such as concrete. It is lightweight, easily shaped, and an excellent insulator.

PRODUCING CEMENT
OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY

THE QUALITY OF OUR PRODUCTS IS THE BASIS OF OUR REPUTATION. THE GOAL OF EACH OF OUR EMPLOYEES IS THE PRODUCTION OF HIGH-QUALITY PRODUCT. OUR EFFORTS FOR QUALITY ARE REWARDED WITH A CERTIFICATE THAT CONFIRMS COMPLIANCE WITH THE QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.