PRECAST / PRESTRESSED CONCRETE


Only STALITE helps manufacturers deliver high performance, high strength precast and pre-stressed building components including, bridge and building girders, deck and wall panels, tilt-up and modular components, single and double-tees, stone veneer and  concrete statuary.

STALITE provides:

  • High structural strength
  • Less weight (deadloads)
  • Improved fire resistance
  • Reduced transportation costs, and
  • Internal Curing

Materials Information

 
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STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES and GRADATIONS


PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS


TEST REPORTS


CERTIFICATION LETTER REQUEST


SAFETY DATA


Material Handling and Preparation

 
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MOISTURE CONDITIONING


ABSORPTION TESTING and VERIFICATION


ACI INFORMATION


Testing Requirements

 
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Self Consolidating Concrete


Additional Information

 
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CONCRETE PREPARATION

SAMPLE MIX DESIGNS


GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS


FEATURED PROJECT

DUKE ENERGY CENTER, CHARLOTTE NC


PRECAST/PRESTRESSED GALLERY

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Case Studies & Project Profiles


Precast and Prestressed Projects


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DUKE ENERGY CENTER
Charlotte, NC

The new 48-story Duke Energy Center tower at 764 ft (233 m) is the second tallest building in Charlotte, NC and the tallest in the world to use precast, prestressed double tees. Lightweight concrete double tees and a lightweight concrete topping slab allowed a reduction of one inch of concrete and maintain a two-hour fire rating.