Composite Portland Cement

Composite Portland Cement is a type of hydraulic cement that is hardened and stiffened as a result of being combined with water leading to hydration reaction. 

Composite Portland Cement -

Composite Portland Cement is a type of hydraulic cement that is hardened and stiffened as a result of being combined with water leading to hydration reaction. 

Non-usage

  • Take care when using in cold and freezing weather
  • It is given secondary priority in some tasks such as building facade and tiling

Characteristics of Portland cement

  • Greater sealing, greater efficiency 
  • Higher ultimate resistance 
  • Better workability, greater consistency and pumping potential 
  • Less demand for water
  • Less concrete surface efflorescence
  • Better cohesion between the components of concrete and rebar
  • Keeping and maintaining greater water in cement paste
  • Better resistance to chemical factors especially sulfates in seawater due to less permeability 

Product specifications table


Blaine
4000 Cubic centimeters / gram

Initial setting time
220 minutes

Final setting time
285 minutes

Autoclave expansion
-0.005 percent

compressive strength (7days)
210 kg / cubic centimeter

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