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Global concrete foaming agent market trend 2025-2029 What is Foam Concrete Used For? by Newsgcsdblogs.org

Australian alumina ban disrupts Rusal concrete foaming agent prices for chemicals. Patel said. "One possible outcome could be Chinese buyers buying alumina and reselling it through eastern Russian ports." Rusal has a 20% stake in the Queensland Alumina Refinery, which has a capacity of 3.95 million tonnes a year, thus providing Rusal with 790,000 tonnes a year, Patel said. In addition, Rusal's Nikolaev refinery in Ukraine, which has an annual capacity of 1.75 million tonnes, has been suspended due to the conflict, he added. WoodMac said Rusal was also experiencing supply chain problems at its 2 million tonne a year Aughinish refinery in Ireland.

Foam Concrete Properties

Foam concrete is a versatile building material. It is simple to produce and relatively cheap compared with autoclaved aerated concrete. Foam concrete compounds that use fly ash in the slurry mixture are cheaper and have less impact on the environment. The density of foam concrete varies from 200kg/m3 to 1,600kg/m3, depending on the application.  Lighter products can be cut to different sizes. Although the product is considered to be a concrete form (with air bubbles instead of aggregate), its high thermal and acoustic quality makes it a distinct application from conventional concrete. 

 

Foam Concrete Advantage

Foam concrete is no less thermally conductive than wood -- 40cm walls can withstand -30° frost. 

Foam concrete can withstand exposure to fire on one side for at least 3 hours, with an average of 5 hours. 

 

What is Foam Concrete Used For?

Foam concrete can be produced with dry densities of 400 to 1600kg/m3 (25lb/ft 3 to 100lb/ft 3) and 7-day strengths of approximately 1 to 10N/mm2 (145 to 1450psi) respectively.  Foam concrete is fire-resistant and its heat and sound insulation properties make it suitable for a wide range of uses, from insulating floors and roofs to void filling. It is also particularly useful for groove recovery. 

 

Some applications of foam concrete are: 

Bridge method/embankment 

Pipe abandonment/ring filling 

Trench backfill 

Precast block 

Prefabricated wall elements/panels 

Cast-in-place/cast-in-place walls 

Insulation compensation laying 

Insulation floor 

Insulating roof mortar 

Sunken part filling 

Groove back

A sub-base for the highway

Filling of hollow blocks

Prefabricated insulation board

 

Foam Concrete Trends and Development 

Until the mid-1990s, foam concrete was considered weak, non-durable, and had high shrinkage properties. This is due to the unstable foam bubbles which make foam concrete unsuitable for the production of very low density (less than 300 kg/m 3 dry density) and load-bearing structure applications. It is therefore important to ensure that the air ensnared in the foam concrete is contained in stable, very small, uniform bubbles that remain intact and isolated and do not thus increase the permeability of the cement slurry between the voids.

 

The development of synthase-based foaming agents, admixtures to enhance foam stability, and specialized foam generation, mixing, and pumping equipment has improved the stability of foam concrete, allowing the production of lightweight concrete with densities as low as 75 kg/ m3 and a density of only 7.5% of water. The enzyme is composed of highly active proteins from biotechnological sources other than proteolysis. In recent years, foam concrete has been widely used in highways, commercial buildings, disaster relief buildings, schools, apartments, and residential development in Germany, The United States, Brazil, Singapore, India, Malaysia, Kuwait, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Botswana, Mexico, and other countries. 

 

Foam concrete has been studied as a bullet trap for high-intensity US firearms training grounds. This work led to the deployment of the product SACON by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which can be transported directly to a metal recovery facility when it wears out, without the need to separate trapped bullets because the calcium carbonate in the concrete acts as a flux. 

 

The energy absorption capacity of foam concrete was approximated by drop tests and was found to vary between 4 and 15 MJ/m 3, depending on its density. The optimum absorption was estimated from a mixture of 1000 kg/m 3 of moderate density at a ratio of water to cement (w/c) 0.6 to 0.7. 

 

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Commodities such as crude oil, wheat, cotton, and nickel have rallied since Russia's "special military operations" began in late February. On the last trading day of this quarter, commodities were on track for their biggest gain since 1990. For this reason, it is expected that the price of the concrete foaming agent will continue to increase.

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