State-of-the-Art Report “Concrete Admixtures and the Environment“

Deutsche Bauchemie (German
for manufacturers of construction chemical products) has presented the state-of-the-art report “concrete admixtures and the environment” since 1993 – more than 20,000 copies have been given out since then. Six years after the publication of the 4th edition of this standard work (2006), it was time now for a thorough revision of the same.

The importance of concrete admixtures has increased enormously over the last nearly two decades, the worldwide sales volume has tripled and in Germany sales almost doubled.

The environment of the industry has seen...

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