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products/applications

AGS currently offers geopolymer concrete and mortar products in two formulations: High Temperature Resistance and High Corrosion Resistance. Each product comes in pre-cast, castable, and trowelable forms. With its high tensile strength, and extreme heat- and corrosion-resistant properties, geopolymer is an excellent replacement for traditional concrete, including high-quality concrete products containing Portland cement.

high temperature resistance

AGS’s High Temperature Resistance geopolymer is a 100-percent fly ash-based system, activated with proprietary admixtures, that can be mixed, placed, cured, and finished using conventional construction industry equipment and techniques.

TEST ASTM STANDARD TYPICAL VALUES / PROPERTIES
Mechanical Properties

Compressive Strength C-39 6,000 (1 day)
Flexural Strength C-78 800 psi (28 day)



Physical Properties

Density C-642 145 pcf
Color
Cement Gray
Setting Time C-403 180 min
Slump C-143 3-4 in
Percent Absorption C-642 2%



Durability of Geopolymer Concrete

Thermal stability
2300 F

high corrosion resistance

AGS’s High Corrosion Resistance geopolymer is a 100-percent fly ash-based system, activated with proprietary admixtures, that can be mixed, placed, cured, and finished using conventional construction industry equipment and techniques. Its non-Portland cement chemistry is the basis of its high chemical resistance, which is superior to any water-based, calcium-based, high-performance concrete.

TEST ASTM STANDARD TYPICAL VALUES / PROPERTIES
Mechanical Properties

Compressive Strength C-109 6,000 psi (1 day)
Flexural Strength C-78 875 psi (28 day)
Tensile Strength C-307 375 psi (28 day)
Bond Strength D-4541 1,400 psi
Abrasion Resistance C-774 IW = 750



Physical Properties

Density C-642 115 pcf
Color
Cement Gray
Setting Time C-403 45 min
Percent Absorption C-642 1.50%