High-quality concrete with clayey sands

With the new admixture for concrete MasterSuna SBS from the Master Builders Solutions Portfolio from BASF, clayey sands can now be used in production of high-quality concretes in accordance with EN 12620 and with valid regulations. This enables concrete manufacturers to realize considerable cost savings: they must no longer buy suitable sand from distant sand quarries. In addition, washing and pretreatment of local sand can be reduced.

MasterSuna SBS also offers advantages to the owners of sand quarries. Critical sands that could previously be used only for less demanding applications, or not...

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