What is Roller Compacted Concrete?
CEM-Pave RCC is simple, fast and economical to install as it doesn’t contain any steel reinforcement, neither does it require formwork or finishing. Significant savings of up to 30% can be achieved over a traditional pavement construction.
The high strength of an RCC pavement eliminates common problems that have traditionally been associated with other pavement types. CEM-Pave RCC is more resistant to rutting, is capable of withstanding heavy concentrated loads and is immune to low or high temperature extremes.
The basic ingredients of CEM-Pave RCC are the same as for conventional concrete: sand, aggregates, cement, and water, however the quantities are different. Mix designs may vary based on the job application. RCC is a zero slump concrete mix that is placed using standard asphalt pavers and compacted with 10 ton rollers similar to the way hot mix asphalt is placed.
Benefits & Applications
- Lower installation and maintenance costs than asphalt
- Fastest speed of construction due to paving installed in thicker layers
- Durable - Long service life with minimal maintenance
- High Load Carrying ability
- Early Strength Gain - Open to light traffic within hours
- Open to heavy traffic within 1 to 2 days
- Economical solution
- Supports sustainable development
- Port facilities
- Industrial roads and parks
- Airport taxiways and hard standing
- Car Parking
Learn More About Roller Compacted Concrete
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Since each project requires a mix design developed using locally available aggregates, CEMEX can work with you to develop the appropriate mix design for the application. CEMEX Paving Solutions offer a wide range of pavement options to our clients and always deliver with a high degree of professionalism and outstanding customer service.
Roller Compacted Concrete Vs Asphalt
Check out our useful infographic to understand the benefits of using roller compacted concrete.