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Standard concrete is a dense, heavy material – and those qualities are advantageous in many applications such as footings, foundation walls, and floor slabs. In contrast to standard concrete, cellular concrete is relatively light.
Cellular concrete is made by replacing the stone aggregate used in standard concrete with air bubbles. These tiny bubbles are created by blending foaming agents into the concrete during the mixing process.
Cellular concrete is a very versatile material because it’s possible to control the material’s density and permeability. Here are a few of the applications possible with this light but strong material.
Annular grout for tunnels, water and sewer lines
Ground improvement for building structures
Bridge approach and landslip repair fills