Tarmac Topflow Ready-Mix Concrete

Topflow SCC is specifically formulated to cater for a wide variety of structural and aesthetic applications from columns and beams to retaining walls and bridge decks. A highly fluid, yet cohesive concrete capable of effectively penetrating dense reinforcement and flowing around intricate profiles without the need for compaction.

Eliminating the need for costly, time consuming and labour intensive compaction, Topflow SCC reduces noise on site, often extending working hours and improving site conditions...the ideal product for inner city Considerate Contractor Schemes.

Topflow SCC offers additional Health and Safety benefits including the reduction of white finger from the use of vibrating equipment.

Topflow SCC's free flowing and self compacting properties make it the ideal choice for a wide variety of projects, including:

  • Major Civils
  • Ports and Harbours
  • Road and Infrastructure Maintenance
  • Bridge Repairs and Strengthening
  • Industrial Repair and Maintenance
  • Commercial Property
  • Water Tanks and Waste Treatment Works
  • Precast

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Tarmac Ltd.

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