30 Nov 2018
November 30, 2018

Decorative cement

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Decorative cement   Decorative cement, including white cement and colored cement, is mainly used for architectural decoration projects and can be made into color mortar, or prepare a variety of white or colored concrete. Compared with materials, it has many advantages like easy to apply and shape, low cost, good environmental protection and durability. White.. read more →

30 Nov 2018
November 30, 2018

Sulphoaluminate cement

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Sulphoaluminate cement   Sulphoaluminate cement is a kind of special cement invented by China. It is a kind of hydraulic cementing materials which main mineral contents are anhydrous calcium sulphoaluminate and β-calcium silicate, made from raw materials like limestone, alumina and gypsum, through high temperature calcinations which is usually under 1300-1350 °C, adding different proportions.. read more →

30 Nov 2018
November 30, 2018

Aluminate Cement

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Aluminate Cement Aluminate cement, product code as CA, also known as high alumina cement, is made from bauxite or limestone through melting or sintering. It is a hydraulic binder which mainly contains fine monocalcium aluminate and dicalcium aluminate. If necessary, it is also possible to add an appropriate amount of α-Al2O3 powder in grinding cement.. read more →

30 Nov 2018
November 30, 2018

General purpose portland cement

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In Chinese GB 175-2007 Standard, general purpose portland cement is defined as hydraulic cementitious material made of Portland cement clinker and appropriate amount of gypsum and specified mixed materials. According to the variety and dosage of its mixed materials, it is divided into Portland cement, ordinary Portland cement, slag Portland cement, pozzolanic Portland cement and.. read more →

29 Oct 2018
October 29, 2018

Fineness of Cellulose Ether

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Fineness of Cellulose Ether   Fineness is also an important performance indicator for cellulose ether. The Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose requirement for dry mortar is powder, low water content, and the fineness also requires 20%-60% of particle size to be less than 63um. Fineness affects the solubility of cellulose ether. The coarser Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose is usually in.. read more →

27 Oct 2018
October 27, 2018

The Superiority of Dry Mortar

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The Superiority of Dry Mortar   As a substitute for traditional mortar, dry mortar has many advantages. Construction Quality is Easy to Guarantee Different kinds of mortars such as masonry mortar, plastering mortar, ground mortar, block special mortar, etc, have different requirements for special properties such as anti-shrinkage, crack resistance, heat preservation and moisture resistance,.. read more →

Development Trend of Drymix Powder Mortar in China   At the end of the 20th century, China began to introduce Drymix powder mortar technology from abroad, and combined with the source of domestic raw materials, adjusted the formulation of a variety of Drymix powder mortars for different purposes, and achieved results in application of the.. read more →

19 Oct 2018
October 19, 2018

Advantages of Drymix Mortar

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Advantages of Drymix Mortar   Drymix powder mortar as a substitute for traditional mortar has its own advantages. Construction quality is easy to guarantee Different applications of mortar such as masonry mortar, plastering mortar, ground mortar, block special mortar, etc has different requirements for anti-shrinkage, crack resistance, heat preservation, moisture resistance of the materials, and.. read more →

15 Oct 2018
October 15, 2018

Development Trend of Dry Mortar – 2

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The development of dry mortar has changed many times since its inception. In the 1960s and early 1970s, the dry powder mortar factory in Europe adopted a horizontal process, which arranged the raw material warehouse one by one on the ground. The raw materials were first stored in the silos through the lifting equipment, and.. read more →

01 Oct 2018
October 1, 2018

Development Trend of Dry Mortar – 1

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Basic Situation of European Dry Mortar   In the 1950s and 1960s in Europe, especially in Germany, the demand for the new building materials and technologies in the construction industry grew rapidly, but due to labor shortage at that time(especially the lack of experienced skilled workers), labor costs were very expensive. The construction period has.. read more →