Exposed aggregate

Exposed aggregate

A decorative finish for concrete; formed by removing the outer surface of cement mortar before it has hardened or by sprinkling aggregate on the wet concrete after placing.
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of Bomanite Exposed Aggregate was installed and finished in a combination of Revealed (Custom Blue Glass) and Sandscape Texture (Gobi Desert Integral Color) techniques.
Shot blasters can produce a range of CSPs, from a light brush blast to an exposed aggregate profile, which makes them perfect for residential and commercial surface preparation.
The colours and materials to be used for surfacing - including red Tarmac, granite, timber and exposed aggregate concrete - are inspired by the historic importance of the seafront and will change as people walk along the promenade in response to the different character of each area.
Also, if the path is concrete, an exposed aggregate finish will provide preferred slip resistance.
Grooves, exposed aggregate, and other designs intended for use as detectable warning are too similar to pavement textures, cracks and joints and are not considered equivalent facilitation.
He further informed that various designs and types of Interlocking tiles, kerb stones, paving slabs, cable tiles, building blocks, luxury segment patterned tiles, exposed aggregate tiles, etc.
He further informed that various designs and types of Interlocking tiles, kerbstones, paving slabs, cable tiles, building blocks, luxury segment patterned tiles, exposed aggregate tiles, etc.
The surface is old, crusty concrete with exposed aggregate that's just waiting to eat you alive.
A retarder was sprayed onto the surface of the Exposed Aggregate sample and the top mortar was later removed leaving the top layer or aggregate exposed.
One-off, customised designs such as Katajamaki's are created by manipulating the contrast between the smooth, fair-faced surface and the exposed aggregate underneath.
In addition to being nice-looking, an exposed aggregate surface is less slippery than smooth concrete.
This section was originally installed in 1966 and the closed-circuit television (CCTV) inspection before the work began revealed an extremely deteriorated condition with exposed aggregate and hanging gaskets.