cyclopean concrete

cyclopean concrete

Mass concrete in which large stones, each of 100 lb (45.4 kg) or more, are placed and embedded as the concrete is deposited; such a stone is called a pudding stone or plum; they are usually not less than 6 in. (15 cm) apart and not closer than 8 in. (20 cm) to any exposed surface. Also see rubble concrete.
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40 R 34 to R 47 120 to 2193 ml, : - Restructure the book type cyclopean concrete masonry millstone and the right looks poor, with longitudinal cracks, oblique open with significant inflows of water and seeps, : - Seal the book immersed in groundwater to eliminate water ingress and to fight against environmental pollution, : - Improve hydraulic flow and the sealing resuming the strike, : - Injection device with collage effect regeneration : - Recovery and treatment of open cracks and joints in concrete and repair the raft : - Treatment of galleries and chimneys manholes.