Florida company claims “revolutionary” binding agent for concrete
August 15, 2011
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
A company in Florida is claiming that it has discovered a "geo-polymer" binding agent for cement that is "a complete low-carbon footprint alternative" to Portland cement.
A company in Florida is claiming that it has discovered a “geo-polymer” binding agent for cement that is “a complete low-carbon footprint alternative” to Portland cement.
According to the company, Blue World Crete, the powdered chemical binder can be manufactured without heat at ambient temperatures. Its use is also said to result high-performance concrete, 10,000 psi, and with a “near zero coefficient of expansion” making it suitable for freezing temperatures.
The company is now looking for manufacturers and distributors worldwide.