85% Microsilica Concrete Admixture

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1.85% Microsilica -concrete admixture

 

2.Stable quality

 

3.high tempreture to 1600 degree

 

4.good activity indicators

 

 

Technical Data:

Parameters

Standard Value

Silicon Dioxide(SiO2)

min 85 %

Loss on Ignition(L.O.I) @ 975°C

max 4 %

Moisture Content

max 3 %

Percent Retained On 45μm (325 sieve)

max 2 %

Bulk Density

600-700kg/m3

 

Microsilica CAS #: 69012-64-2

Microsilica Packing: 900kg/jumbo bags and 25kg small plastic woven bags.

 

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Q:Can cement can be tough be adding plastics???
Again in English please.
Q:considering buying a house with crumbling cement and dark paneling, is it doable to fix these...?
I think you should get an independent home inspector (not one the seller's or broker recommends) and have him check out how bad the cement is in addition to any other problems with the house. You will find that a house where one thing has obviously not been taken care of (the cement) will have many other things also having been neglected. And then the cost of the house becomes irrelevant as the repairs start to cost more than the house is worth.
Q:can I make rubber cement at home?
A rubber cement is a mixture of an adhesive and a solvent. The solvent evaporates and leaves behind the adhesive. The most common solvents are n-hexane and n-heptane. You may be able to find the solvents at a larger paint store, especially one that deals with commercial products as opposed to normal consumer products.
Q:how is cement formed???
cement is hardened when the water evaporates and the mixture becomes very dense. In modern times there are hardening agents to help it stay rigid but look at the Adobe structures of clay and you will get a better idea.
Q:Wooden or cement walls - which one has better sound insulation?
Concrete or block will reflect the sound because of the hard surface, keeping it from transmitting. The wood will pick up and transmit the vibrations. That is why certain musical instruments are made of wood - they transmit and amplify the sound.
Q:Is blacktop or cement cheaper? I have a gravel parking space that is about 10 ft long and 30 ft wide.?
blacktop is cheaper, but needs to be resealed often. cement is less work later, but because it's permanent it may increase your property taxes
Q:Can I attach ceramic tiled cement board to back of couch to make it safe in front of wood stove?
To answer your question, yes, it would be okay to install a cement particle board to the back of your sofa, to provide a barrier between the stove and the sofa. If you choose to go with this option, purchase the ones with higher fire resistance and install the wall backing from the bottom of the couch, to a height high enough to protect people's heads. But. if there is enough space, it would be better to move the couch further from the stove instead. In fact, if you can move some stuff around, it would be much better to shape your furniture like a U, with the open end facing the stove. Just as you would fix it around a fireplace. Because it isn't just the couch you need to protect, it is also the people sitting on it. Flying embers could scorch hair and clothing as well. And if you have small kids, regardless of what you tell them, they will once in a while forget and will pass through the space between the stove and the couch. With a U-shape, there is a better chance that they will pass between furniture, as opposed to between furniture and stove.
Q:limestone -> cement, concrete and glass?
the generic term cement simply means binder or glue; hydraulic cements are those which bind and harden in the presence of water. Early construction cements were usually clays mixed with an aerated volcanic rock called pumice; later mixtures included chalk (a high grade limestone composed of coccolithic (spherical stones) carbonate structures. What we commonly call cement and mostly use in construction and landscaping today is a type of cement called Portland cement, which was accredited to Joseph Aspdin in 1824; a mixture of ground (often low grade, or impure) limestone and clays containing aluminium sulfates. Gypsum (hydrous calcium sulfate) may be added to the mixture if more sulfates are needed. Concrete is an artificial conglomerate (in geology, a conglomerate is a rock made up of often metal-rich stones set in a matrix of sand and fine clays) where the binding matrix is composed of (usually) Portland cement and clean sand, and stones (commonly called gravel or road metal); without the stones, the mixture can be a mortar (used to bed and bind bricks or blocks) or a render (a thick paste used to dress bricks and blocks). Glass is commonly composed of melted quartz sand (silica); limestone is added to the silica to prevent recrystallisation when it cools.
Q:which of these rocks are commonly used in the production of cement?
Limestone is used in Portland cement. Powdered clay is mixed with powdered limestone and heated in a revolving kiln. This produces cement which is then combined with water, crushed rock and sand before pouring.
Q:Can you attached Drywall to Cement?
Maybe you could get away with 1/4 drywall instead if space is tight. They do have liquid nails for that application, I think. Another option rather than drywall, might be an inexpensive prefinished beadboard. It's about $15 at homedepot or menards. The reason I suggest that is because if the small space is hard to move things through, the drywall will get dinged pretty easily. And at my house, it seems I am constantly patching holes in the drywall in my hallway going upstairs. If you're worried about it holding and really are just trying to get around the difficulty of mudding the walls, you can add wood moldings at the seams and where it butts to the ceiling-- again attaching with liquid nails or cement screws. They do make cement screws that don't require the plastic insert-- although, you still have to predrill the holes with the bit that ussually comes in the box.
Relying on many years of a good reputation and good service, we have many customers from at home and abroad. We have established long-term and steady business relationship with them. Our Microsilica products are not only selling well in China, but also exported to the United States, Germany, Australia, Asia, and other countries and regions around the world.

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