Curing of Concrete


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Curing is designed primarily to keep the concrete moist, by preventing the loss of moisture from the concrete during the period in which it is gaining strength. Curing may be applied in a number of ways and the most appropriate means of curing may be dictated by the site or the construction method.

Curing plays an important role on strength development and durability of concrete. It takes place immediately after concrete placing and finishing, and involves maintenance of desired moisture and temperature conditions, both at depth and near the surface, for extended periods of time. This webinar will consider some of the basics for curing and look at current practices.

Further to this the presentation will take a look at current specification requirements in leading road authority concrete documents, and consider how these can and should be applied in practice.

Tasha Eagle: ANZ Business Development Manager,  Parchem Construction Supplies Pty Ltd

Tasha is responsible for Parchem's Fosroc range of admixtures, curing compounds and concrete additives, including the new Edencrete range. Tasha has had an extensive career in the construction industry across a 20-year period and has held various roles in Service, Specification, Product and Sales Management with organisations such as Hanson Construction Materials, Grace Construction Products (now GCP), and currently Parchem Construction Supplies and their Fosroc business.