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Why choose Precast Concrete?

Toughness: Unlike other raw materials, precast concrete products endure the passing of time and can withstand even the most extreme weather Durability: Precast concrete lifetime is proven to be the longest during material among other building materials, such as steel or wooden structures. Fire-resistant: Precast concrete is fireproof. As a consequence, no additional maintenance is [...]

By |2019-05-03T08:21:14+00:00April 14th, 2015|Sin categoría @en|Comments Off on Why choose Precast Concrete?

Continuous Feed Troughs for Sheep, Broadcast in the Media

Last month, Tempero —a TV show in Aragon Television— broadcast a documentary on sheep shearing in the springtime. The report was shot on Hilario Buil’s premises, one of our customers, located in Finca Buil Gazol, Lanaja, Huesca, in Northern Spain. The video shows a Sheep Trough for Sheep, installed by Prefabricados Agustin.   Prefabricados [...]

By |2019-05-03T08:20:06+00:00April 14th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Continuous Feed Troughs for Sheep, Broadcast in the Media

Partition Walls for Bulks in Feed Mills

We have just completed the supply of 280 units of our 3-metre-high bulk partition walls to a major feed mill / dehydration plant in Bujaraloz, Saragossa, Spain. Our client needed compartments and silos to store different grain such as wheat, oat, alfalfa, soya, rape seeds, etcetera. Thanks to our straightforward service, together with a simple, [...]

By |2019-05-03T08:22:00+00:00April 14th, 2015|Concrete, Farming, Farming, Retaining Walls|Comments Off on Partition Walls for Bulks in Feed Mills
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