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Cemex receive unusual request

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World Cement,


Cemex Hereford Plant Supervisor, Adrian Radnor, was recently contacted by a curious customer who requested a concrete that could have traffic running on it in 48 hours and has a high chemical resistance.

The concrete was being used to resurface a small stream bridge. Adrian’s thorough product knowledge meant he was able to recommend Cemex MicroTECHS.

Traffic was able to use the road after just 36 hours. The 13.5m3 produced was worth the effort and thanks went to Paul Nicholson, Phillip Brindley, Adrian Radnow and the Hereford Team for providing a solution to the customer.


Edited from source by Joseph Green. Source: Cemex UK

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/11022016/cemex-receive-unusual-request-488/

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