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The Product which you will get on papar or plastic package with strengthes and best qaulity results is LHHS cement

 


PRODUCT TYPE :Low Heat High Sulfate Resistant Cement
CEMENT TYPE:Cem-I
STRENGTH CLASS:42.5N
STANDARD:
ES EN  197-1:2013 (Identical EN 197-1-2011)

Special Features of LH-HS

It decreases the core temperature of the interior of huge concrete elements
It minimizes thermal cracking
Offers excellent resistance to the penetration of both Chloride and Sulfate ions (reinforcement steel cannot be attacked by chlorine ion).
Because of its smaller concrete pore size
    It decreases permeability and diffusion
    It decreases thermal expansion, and
    It prevents deeper penetration and binding of some deleterious ions

STRUCTURAL APLICATIONS

Massive concrete constructions

Concrete for form and bio waste silos

Low heat cement dams,massive bridge pillars

wind wheel foundations

For other concrete type which are produced and placed at elevates heights and ambient temperatures

Collectors and sewage systems
 
Precautions while transporting cement
  • Carry bags in clean vehicle which is not dustier or on earth etc. as it reduces the strength of cement.
  • Take cement bags under covered Polythene or ‘Tarpaulin’ during monsoon season. 
  • Labor should not tear bags while loading and unloading cement bags.   

Precautions while stacking/storing cement

 

  • Store cement in moist proof area otherwise quality of cement will be affected
  • Stack cement bags in dry, leak proof and moisture proof shed/fumes
  • Place cement bags on dry brick floors, wooden crates or planks
  • Don’t place cement bags on the earth in any case
  • Don’t make stack of bags higher than 10 bags to avoid lumps under pressure 
  • Don’t stack up cement bags with outer walls to protect it from dampness
  • Pile up cement bags from different manufacturer separately
  • Make use of cement on first come first serve basis 
  • Cover cement bags with polythene during monsoon season
  • Keep cement bags close to each other to reduce air circulation