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Geo-Cell Solutions, Inc.
2668 N. Fordham Avenue
Fresno, California, 93727

Geo-Cell Midwest, LLC
2502 Spring Ridge Drive Warehouse A, Suite A
Spring Grove, IL 60081

Phone: 559.294.1274
Fax: 559-294-7575

email: [email protected]

Nevada,
C-5 License #0040885

California Contractor's
License # 938053

  

Geofoam SNP

Geofoam SNP™ Cellular Concrete can be produced quickly and easily on site by mixing preformed foam having the consistency of shaving cream into a portland cement slurry. The combination can withstand vigorous mixing and has been pumped well over a mile with little loss of cellular structure. It can be installed at a rate of more than 100 cubic yards per hour, has excellent workability, and typically sets in the same time as normal concrete.

Features:

  • Lightweight
  • Inert
  • High slump (virtually self-leveling)
  • Broad range of densities and compressive strengths
  • Excellent freeze-thaw resistance
  • Low water absorption and low permeability
  • Insulating

Benefits

  • Provides insulation (can contain up to 80% air)
  • Rapid installation
  • Economical load reductions versus alternatives
  • Long lasting and stable
  • Places easily by pump
  • Positive fill
  • Absorbs Shockwaves

Geofoam SNP
Cellular Concrete Neat Cement Density Strength Chart

Geofoam SNP

The compressive strengths shown are approximate. As with ordinary concrete, the strength at any given density and mix proportion will also vary with the type of cement and the final water content of the mix. Substantial increases in strength will result by reduction of the water/cement ratio, as is possible with efficient mixing equipment and by curing in low-pressure steam. Other admixtures such as foam compatible dispersing agents and water reducing agents may contribute to strength increases.

Typical mix designs illustrated above are based on water/cement ratio of 0.50

Method of ASTM C495 used form compressive strength Testing of Lightweight Insulating Concrete.


Here is a reveiw of the freeze/thaw, permeability and water absorption specifications:

CO EFFICIENCY OF PERMEABILITY*
CLASS II
CLASS III
Maximum Cast Density, PCF
18-24
14-20
Co efficiency of Permeability, k, cm/sec
@ Effective Confining Stress, 2.5 PSI
4.7 x 10 -5
1.5 x 10 -6
@ Effective Confining Stress, 18PSI
1.9 x 10 -5
5.4 x 10 -7

*As determined by method of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, EDM, 1110-2-1906 and ASTM D2434

WATER ABSORPTION*
CLASS II
CLASS III
CLASS IV
Maximum Cast Density, PCF
30
36
42
% Water Absorption After 120 Days
20
16
14

*Long term total immersion as percent of cast density per method of ASTMC796

RESISTANCE TO RAPID FREEZING AND THAWING*
NUMBER OF FREEZE - THAW CYCLES
CLASS II
(30 PCF)

CLASS IV
(40 PCF)

30
98
98
80
90
95
120
86
90
330
70
79
Relative "E" Percent at Cast Density

* As determined by methods of ASTM C 666 modified to allow for the insulating properties of GeoCell.

approved by FM and UL
Certified with the State of California as an approved Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) - Certification # 1162421