• Proprietary liquid modifying additive system that uses Class C fly ash to fully substitute Portland cement in concrete
  • Compared with concrete based on Portland cement, the concrete based on CeraTech's product has no CO2 emission, 50% less water consumption, and higher compressive streng...

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