What is the Cure Time T90 of concrete
Cure Time T90 is the time it takes for something to fully cure, go through a series of chemical reactions that allow it to set, harden, and develop properties that can last for weeks, months, or years.
The Cure Time T90 of concrete is divided into initial setting time and final setting time. The initial setting time is the time required for the cement paste to lose its plasticity from the time the cement is mixed with water. The final setting time is the time from the time when the cement is mixed with water until the cement paste completely loses its plasticity and begins to develop strength.
Initially, there was no concept in our minds about the Cure Time T90 of concrete. We thought that there was no specification for the Cure Time T90 of concrete. As long as the proportions of sand, cement and water were mixed properly, it would be completely cured, and for this Cure Time T90 , as long as it can be cured. However, the Cure Time T90 of concrete can be divided into initial setting time and final setting time, and there are standard standards for these two times in the industry standard. In addition, the curing time of concrete also has a certain influence on the strength of concrete, so we must control it well, and don't be greedy for fast, then it will not be worth the loss. I hope everyone will pay attention.