Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC)
Self-consolidating concrete, also known as self-compacting concrete (SCC), is a highly flowable, non-segregating high performance concrete that spreads into place, fills formwork, and encapsulates even the most congested reinforcement, all without means of any mechanical vibration. The spread (slump flow) of SCC typically ranges from 18 to 32 inches (455 to 810 mm) depending on the requirements for the project. The viscosity, as visually observed by the rate at which the concrete spreads, is an important characteristic of plastic SCC and can be controlled when designing the mix to suit the type of application being constructed.
Available by the cubic yard.