Avoid heat-related delays and cracks when pouring concrete

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Uncertain conditions can greatly impact even the best laid construction plans. Placement temperature is especially critical for pouring concrete in extremely hot weather conditions, and fluctuations can cause production delays and concrete cracking. If you are struggling with the limitations of chilled water and ice, liquid nitrogen injection is the ideal alternative for handling demanding cooling requirements and pour temperature specifications.

Cool concrete with liquid nitrogen injection from Airgas

If you’re following ACI 305 guidelines for pouring concrete, liquid nitrogen injection can help you achieve and maintain demanding pour temperature specifications in extremely hot weather.

ChillRight® and CryoCrete™ liquid nitrogen injection provides safe, uniform, and cost-effective results compared to other methods like chilled water and ice. And, our liquid nitrogen injection solutions can cool concrete at any production rate, for any size project, on the pour site or at the batch plant.

Maintain low, uniform temperature specifications including less than 50°F, at any production rate

Realize accurate and flexible temperature adjustments greater than 50°F

No adverse impact on slump, air content, set time, or density

Reduce delays and safety risks associated with handling ice, no need to purchase a refrigeration system

Minimize costs associated with labor and eliminate capital investment via lease

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