Third View of H-Piling Finish

This view “inside” the “H” shows the beam’s smooth surface. Cor-Tuf hardens within two to three hours and can be handled in eight hours following a pour. Half-strength is produced in five to seven days; full curing is obtained in 28 days. Additional strength can be achieved with increased temperature, steam, or both during curing.

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