SHOTCRETE

This is a technique used for the placement
of concrete through high pressure
pneumatic projection onto a surface to form structural or non-structural elements. Unlike conventional concrete placement techniques, in which it is first poured and then vibrated. Shotcrete allows placement and compaction simultaneously due to the force with which
it is projected from the nozzle, thus avoiding the use of formwork.

It is used mainly for the conformation of retaining walls, slope coating, erosion control, fall protection and in the reinforcement of civil engineering structures. This technique.

Some adventages:

Fast execution
No formwork required
Applicable on irregularly shaped surfaces
Labor cost savings
Ideal for monolithic castings
Allows work at height
Versatility in finishes
Excellent adhesion on different types of materials
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