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Manufacturing and closing reinforcementpoints in exposed concrete

Mathies GmbH, 24393 Gelting, Germany


Making surfaces out of concrete that will retain their appearance is a very complex process. From engineering and visual design through to execution, there is a need for high levels of manual skill and intelligent handling of all the components. A variety of factors, including the correct choice of material, are important. The system presented here allows many different versions of sharp-edged, non-bleeding reinforcement points to be manufactured.

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Mathies GmbH
Postfach 1115
24393 Gelting, GERMANY
T + 49 4643 2434
F + 49 4643 2438

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