Niakan Sangsar

About Us

Niyakan Sangsar factory is one of the strongest companies producing ready-mixed concrete and prefabricated concrete parts in the country since 2002, using the latest and modern equipment of the concrete industry. Due to our long history, many of the most important projects in Tehran and other very important projects in the country have been concreted by this company








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    No, concrete antifreeze does not freeze in a standard household freezer because it is designed to prevent freezing in cold weather construction conditions by lowering the freezing point of water within the concrete mix.
    No, quick-setting super-lubricant is not a suitable substitute for concrete antifreeze. Concrete antifreeze is designed to lower the freezing point of water in concrete mixes, preventing them from freezing during cold weather conditions and allowing proper curing. Quick-setting lubricants serve a different purpose, typically for reducing friction and facilitating movement in various applications. Using the wrong product can lead to compromised concrete performance in cold weather, so it’s crucial to use the appropriate concrete antifreeze when needed.
    Microsilica, also known as silica fume, is a fine, amorphous, and highly reactive byproduct of the production of silicon metal or ferrosilicon alloys. It consists of very fine particles of silicon dioxide (SiO2) and is used as a supplementary cementitious material in concrete. Microsilica improves concrete properties such as strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion, making it a valuable additive in various construction applications.
    Using a concrete bubbler, which typically refers to a device used to introduce air bubbles into concrete, is not a method for making concrete impermeable. In fact, adding air bubbles to concrete is often done intentionally to increase its durability in freeze-thaw conditions by allowing room for expansion when water freezes. To make concrete impermeable or more resistant to water penetration, you would typically use waterproofing admixtures, sealants, or special coatings designed for that purpose.