Aggregate is a granular material used in concrete and mortar. It usually comes from natural river sand and river pebbles, or from crushed natural rocks. Such as sand, crushed stone and gravel.
The demolition of buildings, roads, bridges and other structures generates hundreds of thousands of tons of construction waste every year. With the continuous improvement of environmental protection awareness, it is increasingly difficult to obtain high-quality aggregates in many areas, and the recycling of concrete has become more and more important.
Aggregate is the most basic component of concrete. The quality of aggregate determines the quality and economic benefits of concrete. This post shares 9 tips for improving the quality of artificial aggregates.
Aggregate is the most exploited material in the world. It is an important component of concrete and asphalt concrete, accounting for 70% of the volume of concrete. It can inhibit the shrinkage and cracking of concrete and enhance the strength of concrete.