AR-glass 12mm Chopped strands for Glass fiber Reinforced Concrete GRC
|CCS13-12-571 ZrO2 16.5% |
| Various Tests||ISO ACCEPTED STANDARDS|| TEST RESULTS|
| Conducted||ISO Standard No.||ISO Standard Value||Average Value||Passed ? / Yes or No|
|Chop Length|| ISO 1888 — 1996||12±1.5||12.23 ||Yes|
| Moisture Content || ISO 3344 — 1997||≤0.15||0.10 ||Yes|
| Combustible Content || ISO 1887 — 1995||1.50±0.20||1.42||Yes|
| Test Conditions|| Testing Temperature||15°C|| Relative Humidity ||62%|
|CCS13-24-571 ZrO2 16.5% |
| Various Tests||ACCEPTED STANDARDS||TEST RESULTS|
| Conducted||Standard No.||Standard Value||Average Value||Passed ? / Yes or No|
|Choppability||ISO 1889 — 1997||≥98||100.0 ||Yes|
|Chop Length|| ISO 1888 — 1996||24±1.5||24.32 ||Yes|
| Moisture Content ||ISO 3344 — 1997||≤0.15||0.07 ||Yes|
| Combustible Matter||ISO 1887 — 1995||1.50±0.20||1.55 ||Yes|
| Content (%)|
| Test Conditions|| Testing Temperature||26°C||Relative Humidity||60%|
the product is made by cutting the E glass fiberglass strand and treated with special reinforcing silane size on surface.it is designed to reinforce PA,PP,PE ect.thermoplastic
1 ZrO2 16.5%
2 low static
3 excellent dispersion
4 excellent flowability
5 excellent compatible with resin
6 high product intensity
7 good strand integrity
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- Q:Clogging Shoes on cement?
- It's notttttt the best idea it can slowly ruin your shoes!
- Q:What is Porland Cement?
- Portland cement is the most common type of cement in general use around the world, as it is a basic ingredient of concrete, mortar, stucco and most non-specialty grout. It is a fine powder produced by grinding Portland cement clinker (more than 90%), a limited amount of calcium sulfate which controls the set time, and up to 5% minor constituents (as allowed by various standards). As defined by the European Standard EN197.1, Portland cement clinker is a hydraulic material which shall consist of at least two-thirds by mass of calcium silicates (3CaO.SiO2 and 2CaO.SiO2), the remainder consisting of aluminium- and iron-containing clinker phases and other compounds. The ratio of CaO to SiO2 shall not be less than 2.0. The magnesium content (MgO) shall not exceed 5.0% by mass. (The last two requirements were already set out in the German Standard, issued in 1909). Blue Circle Southern Cement works near Berrima, New South Wales, Australia. Portland cement clinker is made by heating, in a kiln, a homogeneous mixture of raw materials to a sintering temperature, which is about 1450 °C for modern cements. The aluminium oxide and iron oxide are present as a flux and contribute little to the strength. For special cements, such as Low Heat (LH) and Sulfate Resistant (SR) types, it is necessary to limit the amount of tricalcium aluminate (3CaO.Al2O3) formed. The major raw material for the clinker-making is usually limestone (CaCO3) mixed with a second material containing clay as source of alumino-silicate. Normally, an impure limestone which contains clay or SiO2 is used. The CaCO3 content of these limestones can be as low as 80%. Second raw materials (materials in the rawmix other than limestone) depend on the purity of the limestone. Some of the second raw materials used are: clay, shale, sand, iron ore, bauxite, fly ash and slag. When a cement kiln is fired by coal, the ash of the coal acts as a secondary raw material.
- Q:how can i get a horse stall built on cement?
- I presume by cement under the dirt you mean an actual slab and not just burried rubble) I don't know if this will work for your particlar application, but they sell these metal things for mounting posts on cement porches etc. You drill into the cement with a carbide bit and secure the metal thing with Tap-Cons or lag bolts anchors, or something like that. Then you set the post into the recess and secure it with lag bolts, deck screws, etc. You also might try digging the dirt away all along where you want the wall, lay down and secure pressure-treated lumber to the cement, then nail/screw to this. I hope this is of use to you, it is hard to give perfect building instructions without seeing your situation. Added: I know you wouldn't have your horses walking around on loose rubble, I meant, that at some point in the past, rubble might have been used as fill to level the site and then covered with dirt afterwards. Now that we know the cement is a slab, it is no longer an issue.
- Q:Is contact cement non conductive?
- No. Contact cement does not conduct electricity. It just makes a firm bond between two different materials/.
- Q:can temporary dental cement help put my split teeth together again..?
- Temporary cement won't unfortunately help that much. You can resin filling placed to bond the pieces together. However, the ultimate restorability of the tooth depends on how far down the crack extends.
- Q:How do we cement sediments together? What kind of material cements sediments together to form rocks?
- Portland cement, which is kilned lime with other chemicals added, is commonly used to make concrete, or to cement sediments together. Nature forms rocks from sedimentary material under high pressure and heat. Pressure without heat compresses sediment in a purely mechanical process, until grains interlock forming a soft stone like sandstone. With pressure and heat, a metamorphosis occurs with chemical reactions of the sediments and formation of crystals to combine the sediments into a hard rock.
- Q:I unit expansion of production plants, machinery and equipment base, the purchase of steel, cement, building materials, such as the opening of the value-added tax invoices, whether deductible?
- I unit expansion of production plants, machinery and equipment base, the purchase of steel, cement, building materials, such as the opening of the value-added tax invoices, whether deductible? More
- Q:how to remove white cement?
- Only way is to use a hammer and chisel. It would have been easier if you said what the white cement was on. Is it a driveway? or cement splattered on something.
- Q:who invented cement first?
- Romans but it's not the cement that we know now. The main component was volcanic ash. If you're referring to the modern day cement, it's Louis Vicat and Joseph Asdin for ordinary portland cement.
- Q:A 30kg bag of cement mix contains 25% and 75% sand. How much pure cement must be added to produce a cement mix
- .25(30)=x =7.5 and .4(30+y)=x+y 1) substitute x=7.5 into 2nd equation .4(30+y)=7.5+y 2) 12+.4y=7.5+y 3) 12.5-7.5=y-.4y 4) 4.5=.6y 5) (4.5)/.6=y 6) y= 7.5kg of cement added (37.5kg cement MIX) To check answer: original 7.5kg of pure cement(25% of 30kg) plus the added 7.5kg of pure cement = 15kg of pure cement. 30kg total mix plus added 7.5kg of pure cement = 37.5kg of cement mix. (15kg of pure cement)/(37.5kg of cement mix) = .4 or 40%
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