Homemade Lightweight Concrete Blocks

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To build a concrete block, suggesting the costly transportation need for construction materials such as gravel for such aggregate, they tend to be the heavyweight of the project. If you’re in a location that these materials can not be used, and provides most of the strength and durability of the traditional mixture alternative to conventional concrete, there is. The use of lightweight block made from pumice, you can build a small concrete block for construction. The only change significantly, the process of creating the light of the block to be a weight block easily pumice gravel, of replacement is the same as that of the conventional concrete block.

Please fill in the mixer 94 pounds 21/2 bags each weighing Portland cement. Add to cubic yards of pumice. In some of the work of pea for mixing easily with your lightweight concrete, please use the crushed pumice. Carefully turn on the power to the mixer in the pumice, mixed with cement.

Add 5 gallons of water in the mixture. Cover the pumice now wet cement mixture, to wet the mixer, and wait for all of the dry ingredients.

Set the concrete block molds onto a flat surface while mixing the pumice-crete mixture. Fill the molds with the pumice-crete using a spade. Place any insert required for the creation of hollow blocks inside the mold.

Wait 24 hours for the block to be mounted on the block before you remove the hardness from the mold. Back to it on a flat surface, it continues the treatment of the unit another 10 days before you can use it in order to you create an application.

If you want to buy lightweight concrete block in Myanmar, join with Smart Precast Company, which is one of the leading manufacturer of AAC Block and APC Block in Myanmar. You can view information and buy concrete block at baganmart.com, which is Myanmar B2B e-commerce platform and Myanmar online shopping for business products buyers.

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