Why is Lightweight foamed concrete

Lightweight foamed concrete is usually prepared by introducing foaming agents such as hydrogen peroxide and plant surfactants into cement paste to form high pores and voids in the matrix. A foaming agent is a material that facilitates foam formation, such as a Surfactant or a blowing agent. Foaming agents are used extensively in air mist drilling to produce high, stable foams under various conditions. It reduces surface tension and is effective in fresh water and salt water. In this study, it wa


The difference between foam concrete and lightweight aggregate

Foamed concrete is to fully foam the foaming agent diluent by mechanical means through the foaming system of the special equipment for foamed concrete, and evenly mix the foam with the cement slurry, and then conduct in-situ construction through the


Testing methods for lightweight concrete

Lightweight concrete, also known as foamed concrete, is to fully foam the foaming agent mechanically through the foaming system of the foaming machine, and evenly mix the foam with the cement slurry, and then go through the pumping system of the foam


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