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High Performance Concrete

Our new specially formulated high-performance, self-compacting concrete can be used to create stronger and more durable floor slab.


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High Performance Concrete

Our new specially formulated high-performance, self-compacting concrete can be used to create stronger and more durable floor slab with less shrinkage and increased bay sizes, to minimise joints compared to those constructed with conventional concrete.

Higher compressive and flexural strengths are achieved enabling a reduction in slab thickness; providing an improved environment profile. High quality finishes can be achieved without power floating with the option to polish for enhanced aesthetics.

Product offerings include: Cemfloor HPC SCC / Cemfloor HPC SCC Fibres (Poly Fibres) / Cemfloor HPC SCC Structural (Macro Fibres) / Cemfloor HPC SCC SF (Steel Fibres).

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HPC Applications

  • Commercial and Industrial floor slabs
  • Residential dwelling oversite / slabs
  • Structural toppings
  • Domestic floors
  • Mezzanine and Office areas
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HPC Benefits & Characteristics

  • Enables rapid and effortless fabrication of floors and slabs
  • High quality and durable surface finish
  • Eliminates the need for power floating on site
  • Maintenance of fluidity – 3 hours
  • Floor finish tolerance to BS 8204-1 SR2 Specification
  • Compressive strength at 28 days – Minimum 35N/mm²
  • Minimum thickness – 65mm
  • Flexural strength at 28 days – Minimum 6N/mm²
  • Drying Shrinkage – Less than 400 micron/metre
  • Reduced risk of cracking
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Coverings and Curing

Our HPC is compatible with all floor coverings, and all cementicious adhesives including fast track systems. The slabs moisture content should be measured before placing floor coverings to ensure that it is adequately dried. HPC will not require any sanding to remove surface laitance but it is recommended to lightly abrade the surface to clean and remove any residue.

After placing the floor, it should not be subjected to severe draughts, direct sunlight or heating for the first 24-48 hours. The room in which the HPC has been installed should therefore be sealed during this time. The room should be ventilated after 24-48 hours by opening windows and doors during the day to aid the drying process.

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Hawkes Group

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Hawkes and Mick George have built a great working relationship, with the company always doing their best to fulfil our order requirements. Their huge fleet of vehicles can handle any sized project. We're hoping to work together for many more years to come!

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JJ Mac Ltd

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Always a pleasure dealing with the Mick George Group. Always go the extra mile to make sure we get the service we order on time and at the best rates. All our managers and site support staff really appreciate the prompt and efficient service we get from Mick George Concrete.

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L Petriello Contractors

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The Mick George Group have supplied our Aggregates, Concrete and Skip hire for many years. There service is fantastic and has always been without problem. We Would definitely recommend their services to others.

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