U.S. Rep. Harold "Hal" Rogers hung from a T-shaped piece of concrete patched with a very quick-drying concrete developed to stabilize buildings damaged in terrorist attacks or natural disasters. Rogers was showing the product had dried hard in minutes. Rogers helped arrange funding for the research project to create the product at the Center for Applied Energy Research at UK.
U.S. Rep. Harold "Hal" Rogers hung from a T-shaped piece of concrete patched with a very quick-drying concrete developed to stabilize buildings damaged in terrorist attacks or natural disasters. Rogers was showing the product had dried hard in minutes. Rogers helped arrange funding for the research project to create the product at the Center for Applied Energy Research at UK. ALL
U.S. Rep. Harold "Hal" Rogers hung from a T-shaped piece of concrete patched with a very quick-drying concrete developed to stabilize buildings damaged in terrorist attacks or natural disasters. Rogers was showing the product had dried hard in minutes. Rogers helped arrange funding for the research project to create the product at the Center for Applied Energy Research at UK. ALL

Homeland security project leads UK to develop ultra fast-drying, spray-on concrete

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