Our organization in engaged in providing Fly Ash, which makes the concrete durable, stronger and resistant to chemical attack. Residue material such as Fly Ash and bottom ash are produced by power plants. Fly Ash is gathered from the exhaust of the boiler and bottom ash from the bottom of the boiler. Many other coal combustion products, which were treated as waste earlier, are now utilized by us. At coal-fueled electric power plants Fly Ash are produced. This is one of the most commonly used cold combustion products across the world. In the production of concrete products, Fly Ash works in tandem with cement. To provide reliable service to fly ash purchasers, we have invested heavily in terminals and transportation equipment. We also offer our services to utility and industrial generators of coal combustion products. In the past decade, use of coal combustion products has increased more than 50 percent, because of our efforts.
Uses of Fly Ash:
- These products are widely used in wallboard, mortars, stuccos, blocks, concrete, shingles, paints and much other building material
- Used as structural fill or road base material
- To improve their crop yields, these are used by peanut farmers
- Soils or wastes can be stabilized with the help of these products
Benefits of Fly Ash are listed below:
- Fly ash is also a cost-effective resource
- The amount of cement that is necessary can be reduced, when fly ash is added to concrete
- Concrete using fly ash is denser and more durable as the tiny fly ash particles fill microscopic spaces inthe concrete. Moreover, less water is also required
- By cement hydration, fly ash reacts chemically with lime which helps in creating more glue that holds concrete together. This makes concrete stronger as compared to that made only with cement.
- Fly Ash is an environmental friendly product
Due to the presence of tiny glassy beads in the concrete containing Fly Ash, a lubricating effect is created which enables the concrete to fill forms more completely and to flow & pump in a better way. Moreover, 10 percent less water is required than the traditional concrete.