Concrete Curing Temperature Makes a Difference

How Warm Does it Have To Be To Pour Concrete? Whether the conditions are hot or freezing, the ideal concrete curing temperature should be maintained at about 55°F to achieve the optimum concrete strength. Curing the Hoover Dam At its completion in 1935, the Hoover Dam was the largest dam in the world and a […]

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Hot Weather Concreting Made Easier

Hot Weather Concreting Hot weather concreting problems are most often encountered in the summer; however, any condition that increases curing rates and strips the concrete of moisture is considered hot weather concreting. Pouring Concrete in Hot Weather With temperatures rising and summer approaching, attentions shift from protecting concrete from the cold to concreting in hot […]

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