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Navayuga Concrete accompanies your construction work in every step by manufacturing and delivering Ready Mixed Concrete (RMC). Our automated and fully computerized production procedure makes a unique mix for each customer. The applied technological advancements and flawless logistics ensure that we always live up to your expectations in both quality and quantity. Navayuga Concrete is determined to deliver a wide range of Mixed Concrete variants and Special Concrete Mixes to meet your specific needs. Let us know the requirements of your project and our experts will make a customized mix in accordance to your need. Allow us to contribute in building your dreams!

Ready Mix Concrete

Concrete is a quintessential element of the era which is witnessing architectural revolution. It gives foundation to the every construction, from a small home to sky scraper buildings. Ready Mix Concrete is a customized mixture which provides an enhanced strength and durability to constructions. But the task of mixing the raw materials individually is cumbersome and requires time, energy, manpower and supervision. Navayuga Concrete helps you by providing a tailor-made composition in the required quantity of cement. We give a new shape to the future of construction by delivering the utmost quality in the desired quantity to become a preferred choice of our valued architects, engineers and customers. We are dedicated to deliver only premium quality cement to live up to the expectations you have from us.
Advantages of Ready Mixed Concrete:

Types Of Concrete

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M10
PCC (Plain Concrete Cement) It is used for leveling and providing a firm base to any structure. Its popular uses are leveling course, bedding for footing, concrete roads etc.
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M15
PCC (Plain Concrete Cement) It is ideal for the purpose of providing a uniform and leveled surface. Its popular uses are for making bedding for footing, concrete roads etc.
M20
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) It is an integral part of building construction & is used for the purpose of providing high strength. It is popularly used to make slabs, beams, columns, footings etc.
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M25
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) This grade of concrete is best used to make slabs and footings etc.
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M30
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) This grade of concrete is mostly used for making slabs, beams, columns, footings etc.
M35
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) This grade of concrete makes high strength slabs, beams, columns, footings etc.
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M40
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) This grade finds its commercial uses for making Pre-stressed concrete, beams, columns, footings etc.
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M45
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) Known for its superior strength, thi sgrade of cement is used for making Runways, Concrete Roads (PQC), Pre-stressed Concrete Girders, RCC Columns, Pre-stressed beams etc.
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M50
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) This grade of cement finds its use in making Runways, Concrete Roads (PQC), Pre-stressed Concrete Girders, RCC Columns & Pre-stressed beams.
M55
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) Ideal for heavy duty construction, this grade of cement is a popular choce for making Prestressed Concrete Girders and Piers.
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M60 & M80
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) These grades of cement work best for places where high compressive strength is required. Structures like high rise buildings, long span bridges, ultra-thin white topping etc and constructions in aggressive environment demand these kinds of cement. It is a popuar choice for making spillways of dams & coastal construction.
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Transporting

The process of transportation of raw material and the required machinery is closely inspected and supervised by our technical experts. It is essential to safeguard the resources while transporting them across sites. Navayuga Concrete ensures an on-site inspection for time efficient delivery of the required cement to its site. We aim to minimize the transit time with a methodical work-flow. Our team surveys the site in advance to make sure that the setup of machinery and the delivery trucks have a smooth access to the site.


The quintessential checks that we make includes:
  • routing the delivery trucks on safe terrains for the secure delivery of cement
  • the delivery point should be spacious enough to avoid obstructing the work of mixer machines
  • the checks for level of ground with height ad width margins for the proper functioning of cement mixers

Pumping

In the world driven by technology, Pumping has become one of the most efficient means of pouring concrete efficiently. While constructing high rise buildings, it becomes the only viable option. The ease and speed of pumping concrete makes it the most economical method of pouring concrete.

We keep a close watch on all the concerned parameters like type of pump available, the distance over which concrete is to be pumped, and the texture of the concrete. It is done to make sure that the delivered outcome is exactly what you want from us.


Technical Services

We, at Navayuga Concrete, understand that various stages of construction demand diverse assistance. From the stage of planning to execution, we provide a trusted and expert support to solve all your concreting difficulties. We accompany you to your project sites to understand and suggest the products that are best for you.

The technical experts at Navayuga are technically trained to induce strength and durability in cemented structures by taking care of them from early stage to final stage. Treating the fresh cement accurately and appropriately is the key to sustainable construction.

Things you should know about concrete:

Always consult a qualified structural designer to determine the grade of concrete required for your structure. Keep the Navayuga technical team informed and updated about the accurate grade of concrete along with other relevant details like specific contractual requirements or suggestions from the structural designer.

Formwork (Shuttering and Centering)

A properly constructed formwork lays the foundation of a long lasting concrete structure. Make sure that the formwork is inspected and approved by a qualified structural designer before starting the stage of pouring the concrete on it.


Following are the guidelines that can help you build quality Formworks:

  • Always use steel supports
  • the props should rest on firm surface for the formwork of ground floor slabs, Keep the ground underneath dry and well compacted. Use spreaders to avoid a contact between them.
  • Don't ever keep the props inclines as it reduces their load carrying capacity
  • Use bracings on both sides and runners at the center to keep the props fixed
  • Avoid leakage of cement slurry by sealing gaps in shutter joints
  • Avoid the use of engine oil or other such lubricants for oiling the interiors of the forms as they may stain the concrete surface
  • During concreting, forms, props, and all other supports must be continuously checked
  • After concreting, consult your structural designer before removing the formwork. Listed in the table below are the recommended time limits as defined in IS 456:2000, 'Plain & Reinforced Concrete - Code of Practice

Reinforcement

It is a very crucial step in the construction and it largely contributes to the longevity of the structure being constructed. Keep in mind the following points:

  • Minimize rough handling, shock loading and dropping of steel from a height
  • Prefer steel supporters instead of wood
  • Keep the Reinforcement free of rust, scales. Coats of mud, oil or any other substances should be avoided to ensure a direct bond between steel and concrete
  • Avoid rebending and straightening of torsteel
  • Get the reinforcement checked by the structural designer at every step
  • The Cover is the distance between the reinforcement and the concrete surface and is vital in ensuring the durability of the structure. Listed in the table below are the nominal minimum cover recommendations as defined in IS 456:2000, 'Plain & Reinforced Concrete - Code of Practice'
  • Use concrete or mortar to make cover blocks

Concrete Placement

Even a minute mistake in placing the concrete can have disastrous results. From expensive repairs to structural defects, it can cause different kinds of harms. Therefore, while placing concrete, ensure that:


  • The concrete is deposited in or very near to its final position
  • Do not place the concrete in large heaps on the formwork. Avoid moving heaped concrete manually or with machines
  • To avoid segregation, pour it vertically from a height of less than one meter
  • Conventionally, the allowable thickness of each concrete layer ranges from 150 mm (6 inches) to 300 mm (1 foot). When thickness/depth of structure is more than 300 mm (1 foot), concrete is placed in two or more layers of equal thickness/depth
  • To avoid the cold joints in layered construction, place the fresh layer of concrete only after the lower layer is properly compacted, but before that layer has set
  • For slabs, concrete placement starts from the corners to ends, then continues inwards
  • Ensure sufficient visibility while pouring it into deep sections with heavy/congested reinforcement. Inadequate care in placing may lead to segregation, poor finish and honeycombing effect

Compaction of Concrete

Compacting concrete is a quintessential step. It removes the entrapped air and voids to consequently increases the strength and durability of the structure.


Follow these guidelines to achieve uniformly compacted dense concrete:

  • Use needle vibrators of 50 mm diameter for the construction of slabs, beams and columns,
  • Use a 30 mm diameter needle vibrator for thin sections, confined locations and structures with congested reinforcement
  • Ensure adequate supply of spare vibrators and adequate fuel at the site
  • Insert the needle quickly and allow it to completely penetrate the concrete
  • The needle should not be left in the concrete for more than 10 seconds
  • Employ experienced operators to run vibrators to achieve adequate compaction
  • Withdraw the needle from concrete slowly to ensure that the space behind is filled
  • The needle should penetrate the bottom layer by 80-100 mm in a layered placement
  • Plough up and mix coarse aggregates with the help of forks before finishing to avoid accumulation on concrete surface
  • If construction joint is to be provided, stop-ends should be firmly fixed to avoid movement of joints. Also, ensure proper compaction of the concrete near stop-ends.

Curing of Concrete

It is the last yet significant step in concrete construction. It helps to retain the water in concrete that may have evaporated due to prevailing high ambient temperatures or windy conditions. Loss of durability is the effects of improper curing.


  • It is generally done by sprinkling or spraying of water on concrete
  • For sloped roofs, staircases, columns and other vertical surfaces, cover the entire surface with hessian or jute cloth saturated with water
  • Make sure that a continuous and adequate supply of water is available at the site throughout the curing period
  • Ideally, curing for 14 days is best. But keep the he exposed concrete surfaces in the damp condition for at least 10 days from the date of placing concrete
  • In hot weather, curing by sprinkling of water is started within 4 to 5 hours of batching of concrete and continues till bunds are prepared and ponding is done
  • Trowel the cracked concrete surface to avoid plastic shrinkage cracks
  • Keep the curing water free from smelly substances
  • Prefer cement mortar to prepare bunds
  • To avoid dry spots in bunds, water should be ponded for at least 20 mm above the highest point of concrete surface