Mix Design Calculator – Sprayed Face Coat

Amount Required

Project Size:

Enter the dimensions of each piece. Include any openings for sink, stove tops, etc.

Depth (in)
Piece No. Length (in) Width (in) No. of Pieces CF Required Weight
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Opening
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Total CF:
Total CF + 5%:
Mix Design:

The calculator uses a 1 cubic foot value; the sand values change as you adjust Portland, CSA, Silica fume, or change the water to cement ratio. Simply adjust the cement content until the ratio of total cementitious to sand is where you want it.

Desired Yield
ft ³
CSA % of Port
%
CityMix % of Sand
%
Silica Fume % of Port
%
Water / Cement
%
Portland Cement
lbs
CSA Cement
lbs
Silica Fume
lbs
Total Cementious
lbs
Sand
lbs
CityMix (CF)
lbs
Water
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Ice
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Air
lbs

Trinic Tec10 Admix: It is a multi component powdered admixture for production of ultra-high performance GFRC, RPC, and ECC Concretes.Takes the hassle out of making ultra-high performance Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete, Reactive Powder Concrete, and Engineered Ce-mentitious Composite Concrete. Easy to understand dosage simplifies what can become an overly complicated process.

Trinic Tec10 Admix
%

Trinic Plastisicer: Trinic’s plasticiser should be added if you’re doing an SCC (Self Consolidating) mix. It allows the concrete to flow like wetcast concrete, uses less water and allows better dispersion of pigments. Reducing the amount of water greatly increases compression and flexural strength. We do not recommend using plasticiser when spraying verticals.

Trinic Plastisicer
%

Trinic Stage II accelerator: (makes the mix set faster) typical amount is 2-5% 2% = 25% more next day strength, plenty of working time after mixing 5% = 60% more next day strength, reduces working time to 20 minutes so once it is mixed get it in the form asap. Follow directions on TDS sheet.

Trinic Stage II Accelerator
%

Trinic Hydration Stabilizer: (makes the mix set slower for more working time) Typical amount is 0.2-0.5%. 0.2% adds 10-15 minutes to the working time at 75-90F 0.5% adds 45-60 minutes more working time at 75-90F Follow directions on TDS sheet. *NOTE* use a drill and mixing paddle to blend Hydration stabilizer into the water before adding water to your mix.

Trinic Hydration Stabilizer
%

Ice: When you need a little more working time substituting ice for a percentage of your mix water cools the mix and extends the working time. We use up to 50% ice in hot weather. Just make sure the ice is all melted before placing the concrete!

Ice
%

Trinic Fiber: (reinforcement to prevent structural cracking) Typical amount is 3% of ½” OR ¾”. HD anticrack (invisible in the mix and is used to prevent micro cracks when casting a face coat and back coat separately) Typical amount is 0.5%. Follow directions on TDS sheet *NOTE* add fiber after you have mixed the rest of the ingredients thoroughly.

Trinic Fiber
Glass Fiber 1/2"
%
Glass Fiber 3/4"
%
OC HD Fiber 3mm
%

Integral Color: Select your colors below. Typical amount is 0.5-5%. See typical color representations by clicking “select” below. *NOTE* several factors affect the actual color outcome and samples should be made prior to casting to verify actual color.

Trinic Integral Color
Color No. 1
%
Color No. 2
%
Color No. 3
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Color No. 4
%

Weight: Calculates the total weight (in lbs) and unit weight (in pcf).

Total Weight
lbs
Unit Weight
pcf

Batch: To view your order in any batch size (in lbs).

Batch Size (lbs.)

Total Amount Needed

Total Required (lbs.)
Number of Batches Needed
Total Project Requirements (lbs.) Batch Weights (lbs.)
Portland Cement
CSA Cement
Silica Fume
Sand
CityMix (CF)
Water
Ice
Trinic Tec10 Admix
Trinic Plastisicer
Trinic Stage II Accelerator
Trinic Hydration Stabilizer
Trinic Fiber
Glass Fiber 1/2"
Glass Fiber 3/4"
OC HD Fiber 3mm
Trinic Integral Color
Total Project Weight (lbs) Total Batch Weight (lbs)
Dry Project Weight (Minus Water) Dry Batch Weight (Minus Water)