Thanks to Angelle Materials and SuperSlurryTM, customers in Louisiana now have a choice.
This revolutionary liquefied cement slurry developed by TXI gives you virtually dust-free soil stabilization and we are the only company in the region that offers it.
SuperSlurry has many important benefits, including elimination of problems caused by dust such as the health and safety of personnel and damage or increased wear to equipment.
Because the slurry is pre-mixed, water trucks are almost never needed for the application of the cement slurry, which increases efficiency and saves costs. In addition, SuperSlurry can be applied at a faster rate than dry cement saving even more time and money.
When it comes to full-depth reclamation, SuperSlurry offers even more great advantages. Customers can reclaim to whatever depth they want and mix the material with the slurry. This can reduce hauling and CO2 emissions by up to 90% resulting in greatly increased efficiency and huge cost savings.
SuperSlurry is unlike any other liquid soil stabilizer product ever developed in that it maximizes cement particle distribution and provides unmatched consistency. This patented process bonds soil particles together, resulting in decreased permeability and increased structural value and compressive strength.
But dont take our word for it take a look at our test results and hard data that proves the performance of SuperSlurry.
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Super Slurry Evaluation - 7 Day Breaks - Treated with 8%
Lab Molded- Prior to Field
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The two cores pictured side-by-side here were both taken from the same project.
The core on the left was taken from a section using Dry Cement, and the one on the right was taken from a section using our Cement Slurry.
As you can see, by adding water to the cement at our plant we can achieve much better cement distribution throughout the substrate versus applying the cement dry then adding water during the mixing of the dry cement and substrate. This is also the reason for the higher compressive strengths in the Cement Slurry cores versus the conventional Dry Cement cores.
For more proof of the advantages of this slurry system, take a look at our videos showing how we were able to spread slurry in a tight area without having to move any of the sensitive equipment located nearby.
You can also view photos of some of the many slurry projects we have successfully completed including: