Cement

Cement is a finely processed mineral powder, normally dark in shading. The most imperative raw materials used for the generation of concrete are limestone, mud, and marl. Blended with water, cement fills in as a glue to tie sand, rock, and hard shake in cement. Cement solidifies both in the air and underwater and remains in its hardened state once reached.
Cement is generally accessible as a homogeneous bulk dry well. Its attributes are institutionalized so as to guarantee the required stability, unwavering quality, and processability in the application.
Cement is characterized by its initial strength, last strength, and composition.
Additionally, to cement that consist of 100% clinker, there is also composite cement, in which a part of the clinker is replaced by alternative materials, such as fly ash, ground slag, or limestone.
Depending on the ideal application, distinctive kinds of concrete each with a particular specified composition are made. The attributes of cement can likewise be changed using added substances. We offer our clients a wide scope of cement items.


Physical properties of Cement are:

  • Fineness of cement.
  • Strength.
  • Soundness.
  • Consistency.
  • Setting time.
  • Loss of ignition.
  • Bulk density.
  • Heat of hydration.
  • Specific gravity (Relative density).