Toproc CW

Low temperature concrete

Overview

Toproc CW  is a concrete for cold weather.

Toproc CW is a concrete designed to enable you to carry on working in colder weather conditions.

Your site productivity doesn’t have to drop just because the temperature is plummeting. TOPROC CW is specfically formulated to tolerate colder conditions. Toproc CW helps to keep you working all winter.

Toproc CW can be used in a variety of applications, similar to conventional concrete. Toproc can be used for residential, commercial and industrial concrete applications.

Toproc CW is a low temperature concrete that can be applied in cold weather conditions.

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Where can Toproc CW be used?

Cold weather concrete for residential use

Toproc CW is a concrete that can be used in the cold weather. Toproc CW can used in a variety of residential applications such as pathways, parking areas, drives and footings.

Cold weather concreete for commercial use

Toproc CW is low temperature concrete that can be used in the cold weather. Toproc CW has many commercial uses such as roads, dockyards, retail, bridges, foundations and pipes.

Cold weather concreete for industrial use

Toproc CW is low temperature concrete specifically formulated to be used in the cold weather. Toproc CW has many industrial uses such as floors, factories, yards and workshops.

Why use Toproc CW?

Additional info

Toproc CW is a concrete for cold weather and it keeps you working regardless of the weather conditions.

Toproc CW performs to very low temperatures. It enables placement of superior performance concrete in temperatures as low as -7°C.

Toproc CW is specially formulated to tolerate colder conditions, allowing continual working in the winter.

Toproc CW allows you to lay concrete in the winter and lay concrete in the cold weather or lay concrete in low temperatures.

Toproc CW a concrete for cold weather is just one of the many innovative concrete solutions form Tarmac.


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