Volumetric Concrete for the Eastern Shore of Maryland
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If you are looking for a reliable and experienced aggregate contractor who can provide superior services with superior results, look no further than Cement Techs MD, LLC. Based in Queen Anne’s County and serving all of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, we specialize in all residential and commercial concrete services.
We will work with you to ensure your project is completed to your exact specifications and that you are completely satisfied with the outcome.
We offer a wide range of services and know that no two projects are the same.
With our commitment to excellence, you can rest assured that our team of experts will provide quality work and top-notch customer service.
We understand the importance of meeting deadlines and staying within budget. We look forward to helping you create the perfect project!
Control Your Concrete!
No more worrying about hot loads of concrete! This occurs due to the inability to control mixtures properties. With volumetric concrete, you won’t have to be concerned with the possibility of concrete stiffening too quickly ; when this occurs, concrete can be difficult to place, consolidate, or finish.
Hiring a reliable concrete contractor to provide quality services is the best way to ensure that the job is done correctly and safely. When it comes to constructing or renovating a building, cement work is an essential part of the job.
From a wheelbarrow to 12 yards of concrete, we’ve got you covered!
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What is Volumetric Concrete?
Volumetric concrete brings so many advantages to every job, big or small by being more efficient and reducing waste.
How can you save by using volumetric concrete?
No matter what size the job is, a volumetric pour saves the operator and the customer money. By mixing and delivering exactly the right amount of fresh concrete, waste is eliminated, and the customer pays only for what they need and use.
Is volumetric only for smaller jobs?
When it comes to concrete projects, many people are quick to dismiss volumetric concrete as something better suited for smaller jobs.
However, volumetric mixer trucks have the potential to handle even the largest of projects, offering flexibility and distinct advantages over traditional ready-mix trucks. Not only do volumetric mixer trucks hold enough material to produce almost twice as much concrete as a ready-mix drum truck, but they also allow for additional raw material to be delivered to the job site, allowing for a continuous pour. With modern machines producing a yard of concrete a minute and 60 yards per hour, volumetric mixer trucks can easily handle any job, large or small.
How much more efficient is volumetric concrete?
Volumetric mixers offer a unique way of mixing concrete on the job site, with one truck delivering precisely the amount of concrete needed and no waste. This means less environmental impact due to the lack of excess concrete returning to the plant and no extra trips to the job site to make up for what’s missing.
How important is the quality control?
Mixing concrete on site and producing a flow of concrete in real time can be a challenge. With changing temperatures and inconsistent raw materials, it can be difficult to achieve consistent results. However, this process provides a unique opportunity to observe, test, and adjust the mix on the fly. By making subtle changes in the mixing proportions, it is possible to ensure a final product that meets or exceeds expectations.
How flexible is a volumetric pour?
Volumetric mixing brings flexibility and control to every pour. On site, that means one truck can move around and complete many small jobs. It also means that it can mix and pour multiple different types of concrete with the materials it has on board. There’s no need for additional trucks or additional trips back and forth to the plant.
Likewise, with utility projects, or any pour that requires waiting for part of the pour to set before adding more, volumetric is ideal. Some projects require multiple incremental pours over hours, and no other means is as flexible and practical.