Variodur premium cement for power station construction

Dyckerhoff AG presented the Variodur premium cement to a wide range of industry experts at the trade fair Ifat Entsorga 2012 held in Munich. The standard cements are characterized by a dense structure, good early and final strengths as well as a high resistance to strong attacks by alternating aggressive media. These are requirements especially made on concrete used in the field of wastewater - whether cast-in-situ concrete components of wastewater treatment plants or even pipes manufactured in concrete plants.

According to the manufacturer Dyckerhoff, comprehensive laboratory tests and...

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