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    Special equipment for lightweight concrete

    On one of my overseas jobs, which was in a very remote area, we had lightweight concrete specified on the roof a building. This is fine and no big deal normally but if you are at a remote jobsite where nowhere else will have this concrete and only this area has it, it becomes a problem. Because lightweight concrete required a special pump that made it like a foamy mixture and then you were able to pour it... To bring that equipment to that remote site was a problem. The lesson is that if you have a job in a remote area, you should think about bringing special equipment when necessary. That may not be a problem in New York or Los Angeles but if you are in a remote desert it will be....

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    richard william
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    can you inform me of the manufacturing company of these concrete product

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    Quote Originally Posted by atuter View Post
    On one of my overseas jobs, which was in a very remote area, we had lightweight concrete specified on the roof a building. This is fine and no big deal normally but if you are at a remote jobsite where nowhere else will have this concrete and only this area has it, it becomes a problem. Because lightweight concrete required a special pump that made it like a foamy mixture and then you were able to pour it... To bring that equipment to that remote site was a problem. The lesson is that if you have a job in a remote area, you should think about bringing special equipment when necessary. That may not be a problem in New York or Los Angeles but if you are in a remote desert it will be....
    Everyone know that we should keep all special equipment with us during a job in a remote area. I want to know that which type of equipments needed in this job and really want to know that how to care our self during on this job.

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