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Concreting is a process in which various materials are mixed to form a uniform solid mass. The concreting technique is mostly used during the construction process. Concrete is formed by adding composite materials like sand, stones, cement, and water.
Concreting is a procedure that can provide more than one advantage. Concreting is an economical procedure that can transform the liquid into any desired shape. Concreting is used in building processes because it has an excellent capability to provide resistance against water. Concreting techniques are also suitable for temperature resistivity. Concreting is an environment-friendly technique. There is a lot of recycled waste that can be consumed during concreting.
There are majorly five steps followed in the standard concreting process. The first one is the batching process in which all the concrete materials are mixed to form a mixture. The second step is mixing all the materials so that it can be converted into a uniform paste. The third one is the transportation of the paste to the construction area. Leveling is the fourth step in which the concrete surface is leveled. Compaction is the fifth step in which air bubbles are removed with the help of relevant techniques. The last step is the curing process that involves processes with which moisture is maintained for completion of the hydration stage.