New Environmentally Friendly Mix To Prevent Concrete Cancer in Building Industry

Samaritan Sand believes that they have created a new mix design that is the future of concrete with complete compaction that prevents concrete cancer.

Samaritan Sand believe that “Prevention is better than cure!” So what are the carbon contributors in concrete manufacture? They are the who’s who of spook world, see if you know these – Pulverised Fuel Ash (PFA), aka ‘Fly ash’, Ground Granulated Blast-furnace Slag (GGBS), Silica fume, and cement. Imagine if you could reduce or replace all these toxic ingredients with an uncontaminated raw natural material direct from mother earth and have safer longer lasting concrete structure?

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According to NATURAL POZZOLAN ASSOCIATION “For every ton of cement produced worldwide, approx 1 ton of carbon is added to the earth’s atmosphere”. The Global construction output reached US$8.5 trillion in 2015 with a forecast expansion to US$10.0 trillion in 2020.

What is the secret ingredient in this environmentally friendly concrete mix? Crushing and screening unusually pure quartz and alumina sands and sandstone, produces a finely sized quartz sand containing approximately 85% quartz and 15% alumina, which has excellent properties for making high strength concrete and masonry products.

This one ingredient eliminates the need for chemical water repellents, reduces the amount of cement needed and eliminates the use of fly ash completely.Samaritan Sand

By not having to use as much cement we are reducing greenhouse effects, by not using toxic chemical additives we are future proofing our environment and saving billions of dollars in unnecessary costs.

Stephen Kovacs, CEO of Samaritan Sand said “this new mix design is the future of cancer free concrete, preventing concrete cancer before it strikes. Combined this with long term supply this will make a real impact on minimising the carbon footprint and costs for the trillion dollar concrete construction industry.”

For more information on how you can get access to this Great New Discovery That Helps Minimise The Carbon Footprint of the Concrete Construction Industry: Contact: Stephen Kovacs Phone: +61 408 453 255 website

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