Concrete mixing and concrete products

(10) US 10,662,121 B1

(22) 28.12.2015

(45) 26.05.2020

(57) Some implementations herein described improvements to concrete products and processes for producing concrete products that may provide a positive environmental impact and that can be stronger relative to the percent of cement used. Particular examples include improvements to zero-slump to near-zero-slump concrete mixture design, material storage and handling, hatching, mixing, sequencing and curing processes, as well as forming and curing techniques.

(71) Concrete Products Group LLC, North Hamel, MN (US)

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