Cement



The cement is an artificial hydraulic binder obtained by grinding the clinker mixed with gypsum and other auxiliar components. When mixed with aggregate and water concrete is obtained.


  • Composition: clinker, chalk, cast, according to SR EN 197-1:2011 standard Packing: 40kg/bag, 40 bags/pallet






    Areas of use of Portland cement

    • Initial resistance (2 days) : ≥ 10 MPa
    • Standard resistance (28 days) : ≥ 42,5 ≤ 62,5 MPa
    • Initial outlet time : ≥ 60 min.
    • Stability (expansion) : ≤ 10 mm
    • Sulphates content : ≤ 3,5 %
    • Chlorides content : ≤ 0,10 %


    Physico - mechanical and chemical characteristics

    • It is a special binder to which is added only water and sand to obtain a high quality mortar
    • The mortar prepared with Plaster and Mansory retains a very good workability
    • It has superior adhesion to all layers of support
    • Work can be performed both manually and mechanically
    • Easy preparation, maximum resistance


    Technical Quality Conditions for limestone

    • CaCO3 content calculated based on CaO is of a min. 75 % of it's mass
    • Clay content does not exceed 1,20g/100g
    • Total organic carbon content (TOC) does not exceed 0,20 % of it's mass

  • Composition: clinker, chalk, cast according to SR EN 197-1:2011 standard



    Areas of use

    • Preparation of concrete, mortar and other mixes for construction


    Physico - mechanical and chemical characteristics

    • Initial resistance (2 days) >_ 20 MPa
    • Standard resistance (28 days) >_ 42,5 <_ 62,5 Mpa
    • Initial outlet time > _60 min
    • Stability (expansion) <_ 10mm
    • Sulphates content <_ 4,0%
    • Chlorides content <_ 0,10%

  • Portland pozzolan cement with high initial resistance and reduced heat of hydration



    Physico - mechanical and chemical characteristics

    • Initial resistance (2 days) : ≥ 10 MPa
    • Standard resistance (28 days) : ≥ 32,5 ≤ 52,5 MPa
    • Initial outlet time : ≥ 75 min.
    • Stability (expansion) : ≤ 10 mm
    • Sulphates content : ≤ 3,5 %
    • Chlorides content : ≤ 0,10 %
    • Hydration heat : ≤ 270 J/g


    Areas of use of hydrotechnical cement

    • According to CP 012-1:2007
    • Elements and monolithic structures with thickness greater than 1.5 m, executed during cold weather (with the specific measures set out in the technical regulations)
    • civil constructions, industrial, agricultural, heavy foundations, large walls, tanks, water towers, silos, sewage treatment, hydro dams buildings: bridges, tunnels, viaducts