Concrete is a popular choice for building, and the Ready Mix Decompression (RMS) industry has taken notice. In recent years, companies throughout the UK have increased their activity in the region, with more than half of all concrete works carried out in the region. The growth in the number of buildings using RMS has meant that there are increased competition and pressure on service providers to deliver better service and outcomes. It also means that the standard of work in the industry has improved, with a greater focus on quality and ensuring that the final product is of consistent quality. There are now almost twice as many properties using Ready Mix as there were a few years ago.
A typical RMS process is a continuous roller flow process, in which a roller and conveyor belt is combining to mix up wet and dry concrete respectively. A series of overhead machines is used to transfer the mix to the desired location. This type of mixing equipment is able to move in multiple directions, which enables the mixing of different densities. Most Ready Mix Decompression plants are capable of working on a large number of projects at a time, whilst maintaining a high level of accuracy. They are also capable of mixing concrete up to six inches thick and providing consistent results from the initial sample down to the completed floor.
Why concrete ready mixing is preferred over any other method?
Concrete can be mixed as a ready mixer, or by hand. The Ready Mix Decompression method is preferred when concrete is to be used quickly and on a large scale. If mixed correctly and thoroughly by hand, the concrete mix will form a hard and consistent material that is easy to shape and cut. It also offers the potential to offer the use of large quantities, as well as saving time and money on materials.
In the UK, Ready Mix Concrete West Midlands is often seen being used on the majority of large scale building projects, including supermarket car parks, tube stations, town centres, and schools. The process of mixing the concrete requires less space and less effort than other options, as it does not require any mixing truck. This means that the same concrete can be used on the same site repeatedly. With the use of robotic mixers, as well as traditional mixers, the concrete mixture can be distributed evenly throughout the area to ensure that there are no issues associated with the quality of the finished floor.
Concrete has a long history in the building industry. From the Romans, who used it for constructing aqueducts and dwellings, to Victorian engineers who were able to construct the world’s first large bridge out of concrete. Nowadays, concrete is still used in many building projects around the UK. Concrete is durable, flexible, and incredibly strong. It is also non-combustible, making it safe to use around many living and working spaces. However, the main downside of concrete is that it takes several hours to dry after being mixed, which makes the finishing process much longer, as well as requiring larger amounts of concrete in order to achieve the final product.
How ready mix concrete ensures quality?
Using ready mix concrete allows builders to reduce the amount of time that is required for the concrete to dry, therefore speeding up the building process without compromising quality. Ready mix concrete allows for the mixing and drying of the concrete right at the production plant, eliminating the need to transport or store the concrete to different sites. The mixing of the concrete is also done very quickly, meaning that each batch can be made according to the exact specifications from the original batch. In order to get the best results, the concrete must be mixed using an ultrasonic wet mixer. This makes it so that each batch is mixed to the same high quality standard, guaranteeing the highest quality flooring available in the UK.