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Pozzolanic Benefits 

we understand the need for more specific information and have assembled a list of benefits 

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Benefit 1 - CO2 Reduction & Substantial Cost reductions 

Of note it is a valuable cementitious material that helps produce denser, stronger, more durable concrete, whether in your pathway, backyard patio or an airport runway.


NATURAL POZZOLAN is a highly functional greenhouse gas reduction agent in the concrete industry.


Pozzolanic sand requires LESS Portland cement that accounts for approximately 8% of all carbon emissions worldwide.

Each standard weight measure of cement displaced provides almost equal reduction in greenhouse gases emitted. - Less materials  and upto 28% costsaving on CONCRETE 


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Benefit 2 - Hi Tensile means Stronger Foundations 

Natural Pozzolans are known to significantly increase the Density, Strength and Durability in virtually all applications.

Today, the use of pozzolans is the market standard and often a requirement in specifications guiding the design of concrete in most public and commercial projects.

As the supply of fossil fuel fly ash, the pozzolan filling most of the current need, continues to shrink,
he use of local natural pozzolan sources will be essential to improving or maintaining the durability of the concrete that forms the foundation of our critical infrastructure


Benefit 3 -Water, Marine, Bridge applications and structure to last centuries!

The use of NATURAL POZZOLANs creates greater compaction and therefore substantially less permeable concrete.

This provides resistance to water and chemical ingress into the concrete, protecting reinforcing steel and decomposition due to sulphates carried in seawater, groundwater or rain. 

It will substantially increase the long term compressive strength of concrete as the pozzolanic reaction in continues for many years. This in turn enables the design of higher and much longer-life structures, and the potential for reduction in widths of building columns and pavement thicknesses.

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