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- Gauge Rake
A device used to measure and apply cement or other coatings at a specific depth or thickness.
- Glass-Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC)
A type of cement that contains glass fibers for added durability and strength.
- Granulated Blast Furnace Slag
A glassy material made from chilled furnace slag; often used in concrete in place of cement. Can help improve durability as well as extend working and drying time.
A method of preparing a surface by using abrasive materials to grind away imperfections.
A tool with a tapered protrusion that is slid across wet concrete to create grooves or control joints.
A creamy mixture of mortar, cement or other cementitious material and water which is used to fill joints and grout lines. It often has sand, gravel or other similar materials added and is available in a variety of colors.