UltraTech supplies Freeflow and Hypercon to IREO's project
In its series of specialty concrete, UltraTech Concrete, the first commercial supplier of M80 self- compacting concrete in India, has achieved a new landmark by supplying M80 self-compacting concrete 'UltraTech Freeflow' and M80 high grade concrete 'UltraTech Hypercon'.
UltraTech Freeflow and UltraTech Hypercon were supplied to India Real Estate Opportunity's (IREO) upcoming and innovative residential project, IREO Skyon in Gurgaon.
Says Mr. Anuj Maheshwari, Technical Head at UltraTech Concrete, "UltraTech Concrete is a pioneer in advanced concrete technology solutions and has proven its leadership in India through successful commercial implementation of M80 self-compacting concrete UltraTech Freeflow."
Mr. Lalit Goyal, Vice Chairman of IREO, commenting on the association with UltraTech, said, "IREO has always stood for raising the bar on the quality of product delivery in the Indian real estate market, and this innovative concrete technology from our partners at UltraTech is a key landmark in that direction."
UltraTech Freeflow enables a structure to be sleek, with superior finish and high durability. It also gives architectural freedom in designing and construction of complicated structures. According to the European guidelines, self-compacting concrete is an innovative concrete that does not require vibration for placing and compaction. It flows under its own weight, completely filling formwork and achieving full compaction, even in the presence of a congested reinforcement.
Use of UltraTech Freeflow leads to faster construction with reduction in manpower, as placement of concrete is done quickly and no compaction is required. The fact that compaction is without vibration leads to reduction in noise pollution as well.
Additionally, it has a superior surface finish and is easier to place even in heavily reinforced structures. UltraTech Freeflow imparts improved durability due to the dense microstructure of concrete and provides greater freedom in designing complicated structures.