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Aggregate Industries adds self-compacting Agilia concrete to portfolio

  • 11 Aug 2016

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Agilia self-compacting concrete has become the latest addition to the Aggregate Industries product portfolio. The highly fluid concrete is widely regarded as a revolutionary technology for its unique flow properties, eliminating the need for vibration.

Backed up by 20 years of research and development, Agilia concrete benefits from exceptionally quick pours, high aesthetic finishes and a considerable improvement to site conditions due to the elimination of vibration and therefore worksite noise.

In addition, the concrete’s self-compacting nature significantly reduces construction time and costs.

Aggregate Industries will be providing a premium support package with the Agilia range covering design, installation and technical advice, in addition to guaranteed delivery time slots.

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