Concrete Canvas Ltd (CC) manufactures 3 award winning products, Concrete Canvas® Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat (GCCM) the revolutionary, CC Hydro™ Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Barrier (GCCB) and Concrete Canvas Shelters (CCS). All products are manufactured at the company’s HQ in South Wales, where it exports to 80+ countries. Concrete Canvas® has gained market acceptance in the civil engineering sector as a cost-effective alternative to conventional concrete in a wide range of applications, from channel lining to slope protection. Some of our customers include Anglian Water, Severn Trent Water, South West Water, the Environment Agency, Mott MacDonald and Costain. CC is a flexible cement impregnated fabric that hardens on hydration to form a thin, durable, water proof and fire proof concrete layer, allowing concrete to be used in a completely new way. There is no need for mixing or measuring; the concrete is premixed and cannot be over hydrated and will set underwater and in sea water. CC is a low mass, low carbon geo-textile technology which uses up to 95% less material than conventional concrete for many applications. It is chemically resistant, has good weathering performance and will not degrade in UV light, with a design life of over 50 years.
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Alkali Solutions sells highly reactive lime solutions for pH correction in water and waste water treatment. Limesol and Puresol are manufactured using patented additives which minimise agglomeration, increasing the surface area and the reactivity of the calcium hydroxide solution. Limesol is a waste water product whilst Puresol is approved under Reg 31 for use in drinking water, both are 45% strength with anti-scaling properties. The high reactivity results in lower usage when compared with other lime slurries. Puresol can also replace caustic soda in many drinking water applications. Use of our products reduce the cost of pH correction in water and waste water treatment by up to 30%
For more information, visit: www.alkalisolutions.co.uk