The Concrete Calculator can be used to estimate the volume and weight of the proportional concrete that you will need for the size, or area, of the land that needs to be covered. At the moment of buying, we suggest that you acquire a little more than the calculated amount of concrete in order to avoid not providing enough material for your construction requirements.

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If you need a large amount of concrete, you can request AMDI USA for a concrete mixer truck to deliver your order. Mixing is a very important step. Thorough mixing is essential for the production of strong and uniform concrete. Once mixed, concrete becomes a paste that can be poured. After this, it will gradually harden. This process is called “curing”. To achieve the best strength and hardness, concrete should be cured in a humid environment at an appropriate temperature. This is especially important during the first three days. In practice, this is achieved by spraying water on the concrete or placing plastic covers over it. It can take a few weeks for the concrete to reach more than 90% of its final strength.