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UltraTech Litecon

Concrete that reduces dead weight by upto 50%

Filler material/levelling course such as sand causes undesirable increase in the dead weight of the structure. This results in over-engineering structural design, thus inflating project cost.


Introducing

UltraTech Litecon

A non-structural, light-weight concrete that enables you to reduce structural dead weight by up to 50% per floor. Thereby improving structural stability and increasing profitability.

Reduces up to 4.5Kg/ Sq.ft. 
against sand

Reduces up to 4.5Kg/ Sq.ft. against sand

Pumpable – improves speed
of laying and levelling

Pumpable – improves speed of laying and levelling

Round the year availability 
unlike sand

Round the year availability unlike sand

Benefits

Reduces up to 4.5Kg/ Sq.ft. 
against sand

Reduces up to 4.5Kg/ Sq.ft. against sand

Pumpable – improves speed
of laying and levelling

Pumpable – improves speed of laying and levelling

Round the year availability 
unlike sand

Round the year availability unlike sand

Technical Features

Uniform mixture of foam & polystyrene in concrete
Material density: 600–1500 Kg/Cu.m.
Material strength: 1 to 5 MPa at 28 days
Setting time: 24 hours
Excellent workability
Excellent thermal & sound insulation

Recommended Applications

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"Getting good quality sand is a major challenge for us. So we used brick bat as a levelling course but it has its own challenges. Due to all this we moved to UltraTech LiteCon and the results are excellent. Its light weight thus ensuring better structural stability while providing no challenegs of uneveness"

Project manager, reputed builder

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"After building the structure of the warehouse, the client requested us to add a mezzanine floor but this meant additional load on the structure. UltraTech suggested we go for LiteCon as the base concrete flooring for this storage space. The benefit of light weight concrete helped us build this floor without the risk of adding high structural load."

EPC Contractor

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