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Gabriel M. Ojeda

President

Fritz-pak Corporation

HQ Phone:  (214) 221-9494

Email: g***@***.com

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Fritz-pak Corporation

4821 Eastover Circle

Mesquite, Texas, 75149

United States

Company Description

Fritz-Pak Corporation was established in Texas in 1998 from the acquisition of the Concrete Admixtures Division of Fritz Industries. The Fritz-Pak Corporation product line is the result of over forty years of experience in providing products that enable the co...more

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http://www.concretedecor.net/blogs/decorative-concrete-product-and-industry-news/american-concrete-pumping-association-announces-new-executive-board-members/

Gabriel Ojeda - Fritz-Pak Corp., Mesquite, Texas


Testing Slump in Your Concrete Mix and Why It Is Important | Concrete Decor

It's an indirect measurement of concrete's quality, states Gabriel Ojeda, president of Fritz-Pak Corp. in Dallas.
"You end up with a cement-poor bottom and a cement-rich surface," says Ojeda, adding that a weaker surface is prone to cracking due to cement's inherent There is a wide range of admixtures that can be used to "fix the mix," says Ojeda, whose company is well known for its handy Fritz-Paks that can be tossed into the ready-mix truck at the job site, bag and all.


The Science of Concrete Mixes | Concrete Decor

"If you order a full truckload of concrete, that means all of it is ready to stamp at the same time, so you need to have enough people and enough stamps to be able to do it all within that window of time," says Gabriel Ojeda, president of Fritz-Pak Corp.
Ojeda says trial and error is unavoidable. Know your products, he advises, understand how they're going to work, and have a solution in mind if the unexpected occurs. "Contractors don't do enough experimenting," he says, "They do it on the job, and sometimes it works great, but sometimes it doesn't." For example, in the summer, concrete dries quickly. In the winter, the opposite occurs. Ojeda says most people will simply work faster in the summer, "as opposed to saying, 'Hey, we don't have to rush everything, we can retard it and have plenty of time to finish the job properly.'" He offers a solution to the contractor with the big stamped concrete job. Because workers have a small slice of time to make distinct impressions in the concrete, he advises placing half the concrete and adding a retarder to the second half, which buys time to work on the first half before the second half starts to set. Ojeda also has an answer for the contractor losing too much moisture to evaporation to allow for proper mixing of the dry-shake hardeners. He sells a "finishing aid," which loosens up the top of the quick-drying concrete to make it more workable. Another common problem, he says, is concrete that either flows too quickly or is too stiff. As with everything else involving concrete, getting it right is tricky. Adding water will increase flow, but it will weaken the concrete. Ojeda offers a superplasticizer that makes concrete flow without adding water. As Ojeda put it, "Concrete is cheap.


Contact Fritz-Pak Concrete Additives, Dallas, Texas

Gabriel M. Ojeda, President
4821 Eastover Circle Mesquite, Texas 75149 USA Tel: 214-221-9494 Toll Free (inside the U. S.): 1-888-746-4116


Fritz-Pak and Tricosal Agree to Distribution Rights for Gypsum Retarder - News from Fritz-Pak Concrete Additives, Dallas, Texas

"We're very pleased with the arrangement and happy to be working with a company like Tricosal," said Gabriel Ojeda, President of Fritz-Pak.


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