Concrete Products

FEB 2019

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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60 • February 2019 INNOVATIONS REPORT RETAINING WALL BLOCK The Redi-Rock retaining wall system is moving up with the release of XL Hollow-Core blocks, designed at 36 in. high—twice standard units' height—in 52-, 72- or 96-in. widths. "This is the most significant innovation we've made to the system since the release of the Positive Connection blocks in 2011," says Redi-Rock International President Jacob Manthei. Redi-Rock XL precast modular blocks help build taller walls in tight spaces while using less concrete, he adds, and are compatible with all other components in a system often compared to giant, concrete Lego blocks with natural stone textures. As communities look to retaining walls to create more buildable space, Redi-Rock XL will help decrease the footprint needed for tall walls. Redi-Rock optimizes block design for taller, tighter footprint walls L O - P R O ® 3 2 7 D S E L F - E R E C T I N G D E C U M U L A T I V E B A T C H P L A N T 800-656-2651 © 2019 Concrete Equipment Company. An Oshkosh Corporation Company. • 327 bbl 1308 cubic feet of In-Truss cement storage • Portable foundations • In-Truss central dust collector • Weighed water permanently mounted • 10'-6" weigh bin charging height Tel: +1 231 439 5000 or With over 75,000 sensors sold worldwide you can be confi dent that you will get unbeatable accuracy and reliability, batch after batch. • Accurate, consistent, real time moisture measurement • Digital technology with precise linear output • Easy to integrate into new or existing systems • Hard wearing with unsurpassed product lifespan • Temperature stable Hydro-Mix for Concrete Mixers Hydro-Probe for Aggregate Bins If you want to make Quality Concrete You need Hydronix Moisture Sensors

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