Solving Moisture Problems in Concrete Slabs| Concrete Construction Magazine | Concrete Slabs and Floors, Moisture in Concrete, Cast-in-Place Concrete, Concrete, Concrete Construction, Concrete Materials and Admixtures, Concrete Producers, Construction, Cracks, Curling and Shrinkage, Flooring, Industrial Projects, Mix Design, H. W. Brewer, Leo Nicholson, American Concrete Institute

A concrete slab-on-ground is the heart of an industrial facility. The means are at hand to thwart the threat of operational disruption in these buildings. We have it within our power to produce and place concrete in a way that will solve the two most egregious problems associated with slabs-on- ground: high shrinkage leading to curling and warping and uncontrolled vapor transmission.

Source: Solving Moisture Problems in Concrete Slabs| Concrete Construction Magazine | Concrete Slabs and Floors, Moisture in Concrete, Cast-in-Place Concrete, Concrete, Concrete Construction, Concrete Materials and Admixtures, Concrete Producers, Construction, Cracks, Curling and Shrinkage, Flooring, Industrial Projects, Mix Design, H. W. Brewer, Leo Nicholson, American Concrete Institute

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