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How much water to mix with concrete? | English | #BaatGharKi | UltraTechCement

The strength and the quality of your concrete also depend on the water that was used while making it. Let’s understand more about the water that is used for mixing the concrete. Below are the 6 steps ...to building a concrete staircase: • Water chemically reacts with cement to make it stronger. • Normally drinking water is used while mixing concrete. • Avoid using saline water while mixing concrete because this can cause corrosion in the RCC steel rod. • Remember adding excess water to your concrete mixture can reduce the strength and durability of the concrete. • Extra water may lead to cracks in the concrete. • Always remember single UltraTech cement bag usually uses 20 to 27 litres of water So these were some simple tips on water and concrete ratio while constructing your house. Keep watching #BaatGharKi from UltraTech Cement to know more home-building tips. “UltraTech is India’s No. 1 Cement” About UltraTech: UltraTech Cement Ltd. is the largest manufacturer of grey cement, Ready Mix Concrete (RMC), and white cement in India. It is also one of the leading cement producers globally. UltraTech as a brand embodies 'strength', 'reliability', and 'innovation'. Together, these attributes inspire engineers to stretch the limits of their imagination to create homes, buildings, and structures that define the new India. Concrete | home construction | Home building tips | Build a house | Water and cement ratio Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7R0m2JO9EsJNJZPDR2U7YQ Know more about the UltraTech @ https://www.ultratechcement.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UltraTechCementLimited #Concrete #HomeConstruction #HomeBuildingTips #Buildahouse #WaterCementRatio

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