Coldcrete has completed a multitude of successful concrete cooling projects in a variety of countries around the world.
"Coldcrete has provided a flooded wet belt cooling system for our "La Vegona" Hydroelectric project in Honduras Central America. This aggregate temperature control system has been working since August 2012 with absolutely no problems and no down time affecting production in the construction program. At the same time we point out the outstanding technical support provided by Coldcrete. We are very happy with its performance and with no doubts what so ever, we recommend this Company and the product they represent to any construction company Worldwide."
-Ing. Ricardo Sanchez ETERNA Construction
Many hydroelectric dams contain strict placement temperature specifications and they sometimes require quite high concrete production rates. We design economical and reliable systems for any production rate and any temperature specification.
For example, the Saluda Dam in Columbia, South Carolina set a new worldwide daily production record and had both 65°F (18.3°C) and 60°F (15.6°C) placement requirements. We met these requirements using only sand cooling and flooded wet belts - at considerable savings over a typical ice plant.