The result of this controlled concrete curing regime is more durable and more consistent concrete product in less time. For blocks and pavers, efflorescence can be eliminated and product colouration and strength is more consistent. For precast, rapid strength gain means that producers can double the output of their moulds, beds and forms, reducing space requirements and reducing capital cost in other parts of the process. Cement savings of up to 10% are possible across the board.
He informs that the company can provide turnkey curing solutions from Germany, but can also work with customer in manufacturing some items like vapor piping and air circulation ducting locally to reduce cost, “we provide design drawings to ensure there is no compromise on the functionality of the system”. “Our understanding of the chemical process known as hydration, and the effect of heat and humidity on this process enables us to develop individual solutions that are tailored to the needs of our customers. We have successfully installed over 1,600 concrete curing systems around the world.”
“Accelerated curing systems that are imported from Kraft’s facility in Germany, offer customers low operating costs, reliability, and quality. With a team of three customer service technicians based in India, our customers are well supported.
While the market for pavers and blocks is important, we are also eying large infrastructure projects, where we can provide contractors the ability to produce the required number of elements within tight deadlines in often remote casting sites, the same quantity of I-Girders can be produced using half of the quantity of forms” he adds.