Is your company struggling to delivery high-strength concrete mixes because of cement allocations? Check out our latest video to discover how adding a Fritz-Pak Superplasticizer to your load can help you maintain the strength of the mix without additional cement.Watch Now
Find out how adding a superplasticizers can help reduce your cement requirements
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We don’t do just concrete chemistry! Our pool plaster additives have been around for over 20 years. Learn more here and your next plastering job will be a breeze. Learn More
When only the very best will do, our industry leading pump primers are ready to work for you. No more carrying around bags of cement or sending out 1 yard of grout to prime with. Get the work done faster and safer. Learn More
Time just flies when you use our ASTM approved Non-Chloride Set Accelerators. Stop waiting in the cold! Get those forms pulled and get that concrete broomed and finished faster with our products today. Learn More
Time is always on your side when you have our ASTM approved Delayed Set Admixtures on hand. These products are super useful when you need more time to pour and place, recirculate your boom, or save your drum. Learn More
Stop adding water and start adding our ASTM approved Superplasticizers. Whether you need a primary water reducer, or you just need more workable concrete, our water-soluble bags make it easy to get the job done. Learn More
There’s a little bit of everything in here. VMAs, Non-Shrink Additives, Flowable Fill Admixtures, Surface Retarders, Finishing Aids, and many more high-quality products to solve your concrete problems. Learn More
Why worry about your load being rejected for incorrect air content when you could use our ASTM approved air products? Among our most popular ready-mix admixtures, these products are fast and easy to use. Learn More
It is a common belief in the concrete industry that dish soap can be used to entrain air in a load of concrete. But is this the best choice? David Ojeda demonstrates what happens to dish soap when it is exposed to the alkaline environment of concrete and why using a chemical air entraining admixture will provide better results for your concrete.