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  • Cement vs Concrete

    17-08-2017
    Cement is made from limestone, calcium, silicon, iron, and aluminum, among other ingredients. This mixture is heated in large kilns to about 2,700°F (1,482°C) to form a product known as clinkers, which roughly resemble marbles. These are ground into a powder and gypsum is added, creating the gray flour-like substance known as cement. When water is added to cement, it triggers a chemical process that allows it to harden.

    Concrete, in contrast, is a masonry material that uses cement to bind together crushed stone, rock, and sand, also called aggregate. Cement makes up from 10% to 15% of the total mass of concrete; the exact proportions vary depending on the type of concrete being made. The aggregate and cement are mixed thoroughly with water, which starts the chemical reaction causing the cement to harden and set. Before this happens, the concrete mix can be poured into a mold so that it will harden in a specific shape, be it a block or a slab.
  • Bonding Agent

    24-07-2017
    DESCRIPTION Product 1
    Product 2 
    PRICE PER KG  450/- 500/-
    CONSISTENCY THICK PASTE PASTE
    COLOUR WHITE-GREY WHITE
    DENSITY (g/cucm) 1.5 -
    DRY SOLID CONTENT (%) 97 -
    POT LIFE 30 Mins 60 Mins 
    OPEN TIME 50 Min 60 Mins 
    ADJUSTABILITY TIME 90 Mins 60 Mins 
    INITIAL SETTING TIME 6 Hours -
    FINAL SETTING TIME 8 Hours -
    SHEAR ADHESION 2.6 N/mm2 5 N/mm2