Why Should You Choose Cement?
A carbon-negative manufacturing process creates Green Cement, an environmentally friendly cement. The industry's primary waste products comprise most of the raw materials used to make green cement.
Concrete becomes more durable with increased hydration when mixed with cement. The aggregates are another significant mix of design elements that aid in durability.
Gives Denser and Impervious Concrete
The Relgrow cement requires less water to produce concrete with the same workability by enhancing impermeability, this aids in strengthening concrete.
Types of Cements in Construction
PSC Cement comprises 25–70% granulated slag, 3% gypsum, and the remaining portion is clinker. Granulated slag is a non-metallic product with silicates and alumino-silicates of lime and glass content of more than 90%.
When hydrated, CC cement is a flexible fabric impregnated with fine particles of portland cement. It hardens to create a layer of concrete that is thin, strong, and fire and water-resistant.
OPC Cement, also known as Ordinary Portland Cement, is made by finely powdering a mixture of limestone and other raw materials like gypsum, argillaceous rock, and calcareous rock. This kind of cement is preferred where construction is carried out quickly.
Cement made from a combination of pozzolanic materials is called Portland Pozzolana Cement. Gypsum, pozzolanic materials, and OPC clinker are all included in this cement in varying amounts. Some examples of pozzolanic materials are fly ash, volcanic ash, calcined clay, and silica fumes.
Ready Mix Concrete
Concrete delivered from a central plant in batches rather than mixed on the job site is referred to as ready mix concrete. This type of cement is used in high-speed construction.