Nanotech-based rheology control agent frees GCP’s shotcrete system of silica fume
- Published: Tuesday, 06 September 2016 15:02
- Written by Concrete News
Sources: GCP Applied Technologies Inc., Cambridge, Mass.; CP staff
After a World of Concrete preview earlier this year, GCP (Grace Construction and Packaging) has officially introduced the Tytro Shotcrete System, underscoring its potential to make underground construction processes better, faster and more economical against conventional methods and mix designs. It spans GCP’s Strux BT macro-fiber and six Tytro family agents; newest among them is RC, a nanotechnology-derived, liquid rheology control modifier functioning as a pozzolan and silica fume alternative.