According to history books and modern research, ancient Roman architects were amazingly skilled in preparing extra-durable construction mixes that allowed their creations to live through the centuries and still retain their remarkable firmness. Although the secret recipes were lost, the durability of ancient buildings exemplifies the importance of exact proportions and adherence to established practices in preparing construction mixes of the highest quality. No matter what you are doing fixing the porch of your summer house or building a new warehouse for your business, you will definitely need to know the best way to prepare you concrete mix in accordance with the usage conditions and purpose of the building. Here is a tool that will make this process easy and fast Concrete Mix Designer.
This compact and free application enables you to calculate the ratio between water, concrete, coarse aggregate and fine aggregate in full compliance with the ACI (American Concrete Institute) proportioning method. Concrete Mix designer features an intuitive wizard-driven interface with a plethora of mixing parameters for different types of concrete (reinforced cast, precast, prestressed) and construction areas/elements (reinforced foundation walls and footing, plain footing, caissons and substructure walls, beams, etc.) that require different durability levels. Once all the necessary parameters have been entered and validated by the program, click the ‘Results button to see your ideal concrete recipe and rest assured that it will meet your needs in the best possible way.
Concrete Mix Designer is an ideal tool for construction professionals willing to have a handy proportions calculator that will facilitate and expedite their daily tasks. Concrete Mix Designer will help you make this world a safer place!
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