Designated Concrete for Agricultural Use
Designated concretes are quality assured designed concretes that conform to a specification detailed in BS 8500 - 2: Concrete -Complementary British Standard to
BS EN 206 -Part 2: Specification for constituent materials and concrete.
Recommended Compact Method
|Typical Application Slump Class||Designated Concrete||Hand||Vibration|
|Crop Store Floors||RC28/35||S3||S2|
|Floors (and Walls) for Silage||RC30/37||S3||S2|
|Sugar Beet Storage Ideas||RC32/40(A)||S3||S2|
|Workshop Floors & Floors subject to small-wheeled Forklift Trucks||RC32/40||S3||S2|
|Brewers' Grain Stores||RC35/45||S3||S2|
|Toppings for Floors such as Parlours & Dairies||RC35/45(B)||S2||S2|
|Floors (and Walls) for Manure & Slurry Stores||RC30/37||S3||S2|
|External Yards and Roads subject even to occasional de-icing salts||PAV2||S3||S2|
A) Where the concrete is subject to even occasional de-icing salts, designated concrete PAV2 is recommended.
B) Take extra care to ensure full compaction of the fresh concrete and proper curing for at least several days.
Please note: Where customers have mixes specified by drawings or plans then those mixes must be used.