About Us

MINEVIK Machinery is a leading and pioneering enterprise with the most advanced international level in R&D, manufacturing and selling of large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

All of our equipment have got ISO international quality system certification, European Union CE certification and Russian GOST certification.

  • In central China-Zhengzhou, covering 140 thousand square meters
  • Win-win cooperation and create more value to customers
  • Exported large quantities and high-end mobile crushing plant and milling equipments to Russia, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Ecuador, South Africa, Nigeria, Turkey more than 100 countries .

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Our Products

AS a leading global manufacturer of crushing and milling equipment, we offer including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete stone crushing plant. We also supply individual crushers and mills as well as spare parts of them.

Services

Our goal is to guarantee the excellent operation equipment with high safety for our customers and minimize the downtime of the machine by predictive maintenance. Kefid service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

SERVICE AND SUPPORT

Minevik service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

ACCESSORIES CENTER

striving to enable customers to get the parts in the nearest place.

SALES MARKET

Our sales market is spread all over more than 100 countries and regions

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How to Expose the Aggregate The Concrete Network

Abrasive blastingIt's also possible to expose the aggregate after the concrete has set and hardened by using abrasive blasting (either sandblasting or shotblasting). The disadvantage of abrasive blasting is that it can fracture the aggregate and dull its appearance.

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How to Expose Aggregate on Small Jobs| Concrete

Concrete slabs with exposed aggregate finishs are becoming increasingly popular for swimming pool decks, patio floors, driveways and sidewalks. The following discussion is a description of a good method that does not require retardants or any special admixtures. The labor involved is little more

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Exposed Aggregate Concrete installation

Sep 30, 2010· South Shore Gunite Installing exposed aggregate concrete around a swimming pool. The process we use here is called a seeding process. You can also get the aggregate added to the truck at the plant

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Exposed Aggregate Sealers The Concrete Network

Applying a transparent concrete sealer to an exposed aggregate surface can improve both its performance and appearance. These sealers-typically film-forming acrylic resins-can help protect against spalling, dusting, efflorescence, freeze-thaw damage, stains, deicing salts, and abrasion.

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Exposed Aggregate Concrete Sealing Tips | DoItYourself

Apply Thick Coats and Reapply Every Two Years. Sealer application depends on the type of sealer used and the type of aggregate in the concrete. Material differences create huge variation in any sealer’s covering power. For example, a slightly more porous aggregate can double the quantity of sealer you’ll need for the first coat.

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How To Apply Glow-in-the-dark Stone in Concrete

Sep 15, 2017· Glow stones are applied in exposed aggregate finishes in the same way as other decorative aggregates such as sea shells and tumbled recycled glass. Hand broadcasting is the easiest and most popular application method. Basically, you toss the glow stone over the entire concrete surface as it is setting up.

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How to Acid Wash Concrete: 12 Steps (with Pictures) wikiHow

Sep 01, 2010· How to Acid Wash Concrete. Acid washing, also known as acid etching, prepares a concrete surface to accept a sealer. You can also use acid in weaker concentrations to remove white mineral deposits (efflorescence) and heavy grime. Acid...

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Exposed Aggregate Sealers – Concrete Sealing Ratings

Mar 01, 2019· Update for 2019 Exposed Aggregate Sealers. As of 2019, we have found that the Super Seal 30, Super Seal 25, and the Masonry Saver Decorative Concrete Sealers are the most popular concrete sealers for Exposed Aggregate surfaces. If you have any questions as to the best type of concrete sealer for your project, please ask below in our Q&A area.

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5 gal. Gloss Coat Brown Tinted Semi-Transparent Wet Look

Protect and beautify your exposed aggregate concrete with a wet looking, high-gloss sealer. Your concrete will look better than new. Eagle Gloss Coat is also a durable protective coating, and the brown tone enhances the color of your exposed pea gravel.

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How to Patch Exposed Aggregate Concrete | Hunker

The cement in a concrete slab usually holds the surface layer of aggregate in an exposed aggregate slab securely in place. Sometimes, though, this hold fails, and pieces of the aggregate break away. With the loss of the aggregate, the slab develops surface bald patches or depressions. To restore...

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Best Sealers for Exposed Aggregate | Concrete Sealer

Use a ½” nap roller and coat one section of concrete at a time. If the concrete is broken up into squares due to the saw cuts in the concrete, coat one of these sections at a time to avoid overlap marks. Otherwise apply the exposed aggregate sealer quickly. Allow the exposed aggregate

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Aggregates cement

Crushed aggregate is produced by crushing quarry rock, boulders, cobbles, or large-size gravel. Recycled concrete is a viable source of aggregate and has been satisfactorily used in granular subbases, soil-cement, and in new concrete. After harvesting, aggregate is processed: crushed, screened, and washed to obtain proper cleanliness and gradation.

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Exposing Aggregate on Treads And Risers| Concrete

Q.: In exposing aggregate on both the treads and risers of concrete steps, can I use a retarder on the forms? A.: Yes, you can apply a surface retarder to the form surface to retard the concrete adjacent to the form. That should permit you to expose the aggregate on the risers after the forms are

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Cost to install exposed aggregate concrete Estimates and

Exposed aggregate concrete is a common approach to improving the appearance and functionality of concrete surfaces like driveways, parking aprons, and floors. The cost to apply average exposed aggregate concrete depends upon surface area, the type and color of stones, special preparation needs, and the labor rate.

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What is a Concrete Aggregate? (with pictures) wisegeek

Jul 03, 2019· Concrete aggregate is a material which is mixed with cement to create concrete which is hard, strong, and long-lasting. There are a number of different types of concrete aggregate, with contractors selecting their aggregate on the basis of the type of job being performed.

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Pouring and Finishing an Exposed Aggregate Walkway

Jan 06, 2010· Exposed aggregate appears to be ready for use right away, so don’t expect kids and critters to recognize that it’s fresh. Side Note 1. Recycled Concrete Base. Matt Villers of CSI recommends recycled crushed concrete as a base for exposed aggregate walkways.

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Guidelines for Exposed Aggregate Finishes 2015

Guidelines for a successful exposed aggregate finish on fresh concrete. This guide is for use by experienced concrete finishers, architects, owners, and new concrete contractors wanting to expand their work. Decorative Concrete Supply highly recommends that concrete finishers consider both ACI 640 & 601-D certification.

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Exposed Aggregate Sealer and Coatings | Concrete Sealer

Prep Aggregate First. Clean surface with a pressure washer to remove dirt. If needed use a concrete cleaner to remove stains such as grease or rust. After drying for 24-48 hours, apply an exposed aggregate crack filler to any large cracks. Apply Exposed Aggregate Sealer. Using a roller, apply sealer and a spread rate of 100-150 sq. feet per

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How to Seal Exposed Aggregate Concrete Walkways | Home

Concrete walkways help keep people and pets out of your landscaping while allowing them to enjoy your garden. Instead of using plain concrete, opt for exposed aggregate concrete which shows small

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How to clean Exposed Aggregate Concrete ConcreteIDEAS

Step 3 – Use a hose with a nozzle or ideally a high power pressure washer to sequentially move from the high end of the concrete slab to the lower drain area. Step 4 – Let dry; Step 5 – Protect the finish by sealing the Exposed Aggregate Concrete Slab. Here is a quick and easy way to clean Exposed Aggregate Concrete

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How to Paint Concrete Aggregate | eHow

How to Paint Concrete Aggregate. Concrete aggregate is created by pouring concrete and stripping away the top layer to reveal the small stones that are part of the concrete formula. Exposed aggregate is used in driveway and walkway applications. It often is mixed with brick and stamped concrete to create decorative landscape elements. Over time,...

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Exposed Aggregate Sealer and Coatings | Concrete Sealer

Prep Aggregate First. Clean surface with a pressure washer to remove dirt. If needed use a concrete cleaner to remove stains such as grease or rust. After drying for 24-48 hours, apply an exposed aggregate crack filler to any large cracks. Apply Exposed Aggregate Sealer. Using a roller, apply sealer and a spread rate of 100-150 sq. feet per

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How to Seal Exposed Aggregate Concrete Walkways | Home

Concrete walkways help keep people and pets out of your landscaping while allowing them to enjoy your garden. Instead of using plain concrete, opt for exposed aggregate concrete which shows small

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How to clean Exposed Aggregate Concrete ConcreteIDEAS

Step 3 – Use a hose with a nozzle or ideally a high power pressure washer to sequentially move from the high end of the concrete slab to the lower drain area. Step 4 – Let dry; Step 5 – Protect the finish by sealing the Exposed Aggregate Concrete Slab. Here is a quick and easy way to clean Exposed Aggregate Concrete

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How to Paint Concrete Aggregate | eHow

How to Paint Concrete Aggregate. Concrete aggregate is created by pouring concrete and stripping away the top layer to reveal the small stones that are part of the concrete formula. Exposed aggregate is used in driveway and walkway applications. It often is mixed with brick and stamped concrete to create decorative landscape elements. Over time,...

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Cleaning and Re-Sealing Exposed Aggregate | Concrete Decor

Decorative Concrete Techniques Cleaning and Re-Sealing Exposed Aggregate Feb 4, 2001 3 Tips on Cleaning Exposed Aggregate Concrete. How to clean a pool deck with dirty exposed aggregate concrete deck. Exposed aggregate is a common theme around many backyard swimming pools, and it's often a gorgeous accent to poolside appeal.

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How to Apply Glow-in-the-Dark Aggregates in Stamped Concrete

Jul 01, 2011· How to Apply Glow-in-the-Dark Aggregates in Stamped Concrete In order to achieve a proper bond between the concrete and aggregate, Dagett uses a 4,000 pound mix and pours a 6 slump. To enhance

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Aggregates for Concrete University of Memphis

Size numbers (grading sizes) for coarse aggregates apply to the amounts of aggregate (by mass) in percent-ages that pass through an assortment of sieves (Fig. 5-5). For highway construction, ASTM D 448 (AASHTO M 43) lists the same 13 size numbers as in ASTM C 33. 81. Chapter 5 Aggregates for Concrete. Table 5.2. Characteristics and Tests of

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EAGLE CONCRETE SEALER PRODUCT GUIDE

Plan to use 100 square feet to the gallon. Monitor use during application to insure even coating. (3) Use appropriate nap roller. 1-1/4” long nap roller on exposed aggregate. ¾” nap for textured concrete, ½ for broom swept concrete and 3/8 or ¼” nap for smooth concrete.

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How To Find The Right Concrete Mix The Home Depot

Concrete Aggregates. So, what makes up concrete? Great question! Concrete mixes are made up of sand, gravel, aggregates and additives. The gravel component in concrete that will hold the mixture together once it is solid is called the aggregate. Use your legs to lift heavy concrete

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Exposed Aggregate Staining | RestoraCrete

The water-based, translucent formula creates a vibrant, yet natural-looking color tint that refreshes the exposed aggregate surface while still allowing the aggregate tones to show through the translucent tint. Also, use the Enhancer to give your worn, stamped concrete a two-toned, antique finish.

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How to Repair Wide Cracks in Concrete thebalancesmb

Dec 27, 2018· The secret to fixing wide concrete cracks is to undercut the sides of the crack to give it an inverted "V" shape. This helps the repair material to "key" into the crack, creating a mechanical bond in addition to the chemical bond between the patch material and the concrete.

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How to Install Aggregate Flooring | Home Guides | SF Gate

Broadcast. Apply the aggregate on top of the epoxy layer by broadcasting handfuls of it across the damp floor where it will stick to the epoxy. Keep your aggregate in a bucket that is easy to lift

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HOW TO DECIDE MAXIMUM SIZE OF COARSE AGGREGATE TO BE

Mar 23, 2015· For the same strength or workability, concrete with large size aggregate will require lesser quantity of cement than concrete with a smaller size aggregate. In a mass concrete work the use of larger size aggregate will be useful due to the lesser consumption of cement. This will also reduce the heat of hydration and the []

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How to Properly Mix Concrete — The Family Handyman

Sixty- or 80-lb. bags of concrete mix are readily available at home centers, lumberyards and hardware stores. Don't confuse concrete mix with sand mix or mortar mix. They don't contain the aggregate (stones or gravel) that's necessary to make a pour thicker than about 3/4 in.

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