Located in San Francisco, family-owned producer Bode Concrete has ties that go back to 1915.
Bode Concrete has stepped up recycling with a cement fine capture method that maximizes usage of reclaimed water in a minimal timeframe. Processed water from a morning delivery’s washout can be part of the batch for an afternoon load, thanks to the installation of an Alar Engineering Auto-Vac system.
Bode runs the largest capacity Auto-Vac Alar has delivered in concrete, with a 6 x 9 ft. drum. The installation can take up to 20,000 gallons of slurry in an eight-hour period down to the specific gravity range suited to a wide variety of mix specs.
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