Hagerbach Test Gallery

Shotcrete: Early Strength and Strength Development

Shotcrete has developed from an auxiliary building agent to an efficient construction material. This is due to intensive development of the starting materials and processing equipment as well training of the required staff (nozzle operator license). Shotcrete finds one of its main applications in tunnelling. It also proves itself as a universal construction material elsewhere such as for example to secure embankments and slopes.

The deminar “Shotcrete – Which Early Strength/Strength Developments can be attained and are required?”, a combination of seminar and practical applications, took place...

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