Passing the Test
Deceiving appearance: Concrete, for all its strengths, can present complexities for coatings

From JAC, January/February 2007

by Allen Zielnik, Atlas Materials Testing Technology LLC

Cement and concrete are our most versatile building materials, and their use can be traced back to ancient times. One of the earliest recorded uses was for a hut floor in the former Yugoslavia, dating from 5600 BC. The Romans greatly expanded the use of cement in building their empire....
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