Article - 18 Feb 2020
Concrete is one of the world’s most commonly used materials. All manner of buildings and structures use concrete and it is cheap, abundant, and easy to produce.
News - 17 Jan 2011
BASF has now extended its range of extruded polystyrene rigid foam panels (XPS) with an innovative product. The new insulation material is called Styrodur® HT (HT = high temperature). Its key...
Article - 20 Nov 2023
This article explores nano-engineered concrete, delving into recent studies, limitations, and the potential for a more sustainable future in construction.
Article - 25 Mar 2022
In recent research in the journal Architecture, scientists tested the performance of hydrated lime reinforced with low-cost hemp fibers as a more sustainable material substitution.
Article - 5 Apr 2023
Reducing carbon dioxide emissions in sectors such as the cement industry is vital to mitigate the worst predicted effects of climate change. This article will discuss new research into alternative,...
Article - 20 Dec 2019
International research into uses for waste rubber has steadily increased. One promising use is the incorporation of waste rubber into concrete.
Article - 18 Apr 2018
Glass can be turned into micron-sized fibers, known as milled glass, which can be used to insulate walls & roofs of houses.
News - 15 Jun 2009
iCrete, a clean technology leader and the world's premier concrete technology company, announced today the introduction of a new family of advanced self-consolidating concrete (SCC) mixes.
News - 7 Feb 2011
James Instruments Inc., manufacturer of the world's most advanced non-destructive test equipment for construction materials, has released a new catalog for 2011.
This catalog features equipment...
News - 13 Jan 2009
Ekocrete, Inc. today announced the availability of a new "green" concrete that uses 90% recycled and by-product materials without sacrificing strength or durability.