The Process and Advantages. Gunite, also known as shotcrete (sometimes), is concrete that is applied through a hose and nozzle at high pressure. This is called a pneumatic application. In pool construction, gunite specifically refers to a dry-mix concrete and shotcrete is specifically a wet-mix concrete. However, in other types of construction ...
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Known for its dependable structural strength, gunite is a concrete blend of sand, cement, and water that’s applied through a high-pressure hose. Once it cures (dries), gunite becomes rock hard, forming a thick, solid structure.What is a gunite pool?
As you research information on a potential new backyard swimming pool, you will often encounter the term “gunite.” What exactly is that anyway? Is it different from concrete? And what’s the deal with shotcrete —is that the same thing or something else? Gunite pools provide unparalleled levels of design flexibility and aesthetic quality.What is the process of gunite installation?
The process involves a mortar or small-aggregate concrete that is sprayed with air power onto surfaces at a high velocity. The force of the concrete spray consolidates and compacts the material and ensures that it adheres to the host surface. Gunite and shortcrete are essentially the same material, but they are applied with different processes.
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