- 35-64% of portland cement clinker
- 36-65% of granulated blast furnace slag
Produced from ordinary clinker in which tricalcium aluminate content does not exceed 8%.
Cement SS SPC 400-D60 is optimal for production of reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete, cat-in-place concreting, structures in coastal areas and aggressive waters, heat-cured structures and products, for working indoors and in hot weather:
- columns, beams, girders;
- water supply stations, wastewater treatment plants, reservoirs, structures in coastal areas, dams;
- concrete wall blocks with lightweight aggregate;
- architectural elements made of concrete;
- High resistance to sulphate aggressiveness.
- Low heat of hydration, which enables using concrete in the heat.
- Improved workability.
- Used for concretes with the strength class up to B35.
- Continuous gain in strength over time owing to the hydraulic properties of granular blast furnace slag.
- Compatible with most chemical additives of various process purposes.
*not recommended for outdoor use in the cold season and during around-zero temperatures.
The cement should be transported and stored in closed vehicles and containers to avoid exposure to moisture and contamination by impurities. The manufacturer guarantees that the cement will meet the requirements of the standards for at least 45 days if the rules of transportation and storage are followed.
Wear appropriate personal protective equipment while working with cement. Cement can irritate the eyes, respiratory system and skin. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. In case of contact with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. Upon contact with skin, rinse immediately with plenty of water. Cement should be stored out of the reach of children.
The CEMARK Concrete Laboratory Engineers provide comprehensive technical support in terms of the quality performance of cement in concrete and its application by your specifications.