6. InfoDay at “Güteschutz” Concrete Quality Assurance Association

The 6th InfoDay at the Concrete Quality Assurance Association “Güteschutz Beton NRW und Betonmarketing West“ focused on the early strength of concrete products and precast concrete components as well as the manufacture and application of transport anchors and transport anchor systems in accordance with the standards. Around 50 interested professional visitors came to the Rohrmeisterei in Schwerte, Germany, the cultural center located on the grounds of a former coal mine, on 18 April to inform themselves.  

Following the welcome address by the managing director of the Quality Assurance...

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