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Frequently Asked Questions

Cement is the main component of concrete. It's an economical, high-quality construction material used in construction projects worldwide. Cement is made by grinding together a mixture consisting mostly of limestone and aluminium and silica oxides, which is heated at a temperature of 1,450°C. The result is a granular substance called "clinker," which is then ground into the fine gray powder called cement.
Concrete (or, more precisely, "ready-mix concrete") is a construction material made by mixing cement, sand, gravel, water and chemical admixtures. The cement reacts with the water and becomes the agent binding the sand and gravel together forming concrete. It hardens over time into a firm and durable stone-like material which is used to make roads, bridges, buildings and many other structures around us.

In Stock Concrete Pigment Colors

The color of raw materials or a sample strip is subject to variation from the color chip reproduction below.  Colors below are as accuarate as can be produced using the finest materials of reproduction.  Job site variations from the below colors may occur due to the differences in the local raw materials and methods of application.  Before final color selection is made, a job site panel should be erected and approved.