Theresienwiese shopping center in Munich

DUCON as a white concrete façade

DUCON (DUctile CONcrete) combines an ultra-high strength concrete with a three-dimensional micro reinforcement to become an innovative, ductile and load-bearing high-performance concrete. Therefore, DUCON is used in security, architectural and design concrete applications for the subsequent strengthening of building structures as well as in highly resistant industrial floorings and areas that need to be impervious to liquids according to the German Water Resources Act. The characteristics of the material can be customized depending on the requirement.

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