Cold Weather Concrete Curing

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Cold Weather Concrete Additives by WOTAIchem

WOTAIchem is a professional concrete additives manufacturer in China. We provide a wide range of products for many projects around the world.


Additives in cold weather are extremely popular. Our product list for cold-weather concrete curing includes calcium formate and superplasticizer.


1. Calcium Formate
– Development of concrete early strength in cold weather.
– Expedite the concrete curing process.


2. Superplasticzer
– Promote good concrete workability with less water usage.
– Enhance concrete strength to prevent cracks at low temperatures.


Cold Weather Concrete Curing Existing Issues

Concrete additives for cold weather are designed to improve concrete performance in low-temperature conditions. Accelerators, air-entraining agents, anti-freeze admixtures, and water-reducers each play a significant role. For example, the calcium formate and super plasticizer. They can help in accelerating the curing process. Reducing the risk of freezing. And provide excellent durability of the concrete.


If you need more precise formula guidance, feel free to contact our concrete experts. They will provide the best solutions for additives to concrete for cold weather.

Cracks Forming

Cold temperatures increase the risk of cracks, affecting the concrete’s integrity.

Slow Curing

Cold weather slows down the natural curing process, causing project delays.

Lowering Strength

Cold temperatures result in weak concrete as it is not cured correctly.

Surface Scaling

The top layer can break or collapse because of freezing and thawing cycles.

Low Workability

In cold weather, concrete curing is more challenging to place and shape.

Prolonged Process

The curing process requires more time, especially on a tight schedule.

Choose WOTAIchem Concrete Additives to Optimize Your Concrete Performance in Winter!

Superplasticizer is a dry powder admixture that produces stronger and more durable concrete. It requires less water yet achieves more flowable concrete.


At WOTAIchem, PCE-based superplasticizers are available in both powder and liquid form. But they bring you the same outstanding result in concrete curing.


Calcium formate is available in construction, feed, and industrial grade.

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    Calcium Formate

    Calcium formate is a vital additive to cold-weather concrete curing.


    Construction-grade calcium formate is a chemical accelerator to speed up the curing process. It’s also a strength enhancer. Reducing cracks and frost damage.

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    PCE Superplasticizer

    Polycarboxylate superplasticizer is a crucial concrete additive in winter.


    PCE-based superplasticizers enhance the fluidity of concrete compound with less water. It not only improves concrete quality but also helps cut the risk of frost damage.

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    Melamine Superplasticizer

    You can manage curing compounds effortlessly with SM plasticizer.


    The curing compound remains effective in a range of temperatures with melamine plasticizer. It improves concrete strength and fluidity. Ensuring consistent performance in the long run.

Place Order Now For Cold Weather Concrete Additives

Free Sample

WOTAIchem offers free samples for you to test and feel the difference.


Based on the testing result, we can adjust the concentration as you requested.


We focus on your financial convenience with flexible and safe payment options.


Factory direct ship out. Minimizing delays and errors. With updated track info!

Concrete Curing Additives with Outstanding Performance

  1. Good Workability: Makes concrete more easier to work with.
  2. Pump Easily: Makes it more accessible to pump concrete.
  3. Lasting Result: Makes concrete more resistant to damage from chemicals.
  1. Water Consumption: Helping you use less water in the mixture.
  2. Cracks Formation: Reduces the chances of cracks forming.
  3. Maintenance Cost: Reduces the need for fixing or patching.


Have any questions? We’re here to help you out.

At what temperature do you add accelerator to concrete?

In cold weather, we sometimes add additives to the concrete to gain early strength. This is so-called accelerators.


At low temperatures, concrete can take a much longer time to set and cure. Using an accelerator expedites the curing process. The best temperatures to use accelerators are about 30-50 degrees range.


The types of which you should add in accelerators depend on the types of accelerators. People typically use accelerators when the temperature is below 50°F (10°C).


WOTAIchem construction-grade calcium formate is a popular accelerator for concrete curing. You may contact us for further details!

What do you put in cement to stop it freezing?

To prevent cement from freezing, you can use cement additives to protect it from freezing temperatures.


Antifreezing. Certain types of chemical additives can be mixed with concrete to lower its freezing point.


Insulation. You may cover the concrete surface with insulation blankets. It helps to keep the heat under it and protect it from low temperatures. It’s a common practice during curing.
Heating system. In extremely cold weather, the heating system can be used, such as ground heaters.


Surround it with windbreaks. Use windbreaks to surround the concrete area. It reduces the impact of cold winds and maintains a stable temperature.


Except for all the methods mentioned above, you may also schedule concrete pouring on warmer days. Plan the work to avoid freezing nights for concrete curing.

How to apply curing compound for concrete?

To apply a curing compound for concrete, follow these steps:

  1. Prepare the Surface. Ensure the concrete surface is clean and free from debris.
  2. Choose the Right Compound. Select a suitable curing compound and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
  3. Prioritize safety. Wear protective gear.
  4. Apply Evenly. Use a sprayer, roller, or brush to coat the concrete evenly.
  5. Let It Dry Naturally. Allow the compound to dry for a few hours.
  6. Multiple Coats (If Needed). Apply more layers of coatings if required.
  7. Curing Time. Let the concrete cure for the recommended duration, usually at least seven days.
  8. Double-check and Maintain. Check for wear once in a while and reapply the compound as needed.
  9. Cleanup. Clean your application tools after use. Proper curing is crucial for concrete strength and durability. Follow the compound’s guidelines for best results.
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