AR-Glass fiber chopped strand
1) Pre-mixed chopped strand
It has excellent properties with alkali redsistance,stiffness,bundle-state,ageing-proof .Mixed 20 minutes in cement at 50rpm,can still keep good bundle state,will not dispersed to filaments.
It is a high integrity AR glass fibre chopped strand designed for use in the reinforcement of concrete ,renders and mortars.It may be added to conventional mixes either on site or by preblending with other dry mix components .The low-tex strand permits efficient reinforce ment at low dosages . They are particularly suited to the modification of standard concrete mixes for floor screeds and slabs , and for the preparation of prebagged mixes of special mortars and renders.
2) Water-dispersed chopped strand
Applied with water-dispersed size,the strand will disperse well to filaments in water in10 seconds , and also disperse fast,appliance amount less,enlarge strength.
It is typically used at a low level of addition to preventcracking & improve the performance of ready mix concrete , floor screeds , renders or other special mortar mixes . It can be used for surface crack - proof of GRC products.
Package: Packed in kraft paper bag,20kg per bag,40 bags a pallet,net weight 800kg,20 pallets in a 20 feet container,net weight about 16 tons.Also packing with customers' requirement.
Recommend using quantity: 1%-3% of the weight of solid matter.
- Q:Adhesive for laminate onto masonite? Besides Contact Cement.?
- Laminate Contact Cement
- Q:What does band and cement mean when an orthodontist uses the term?
- a band: a metal ring that goes around your back molars and ancors the entire braces system. It takes some cement to keep that thing on your teeth, and so the cement could only be referring to getting your bands on, but most likely, yes, you will be getting your braces on! They use cement to keep your brackets on the front of your teeth. Getting braces on doesn't hurt at all, it's just a REALLY LONG process and theres a lot of keeping your mouth open! bring a new movie on your ipod if they don't provide videos at your ortho.
- Q:VINYL CEMENT? FLAMMABLE?
- Define 'smoke out of.' I'm not sure what the auto-ignition temperature of the vinyl cement you're using is, there's probably an MSDS sheet on it available from the manufacturer. Depending on how much you're using, I'd be more worried about breaking down the cement with heat and inhaling any off-gassing/fumes. But its probably fine. EDIT: Also, vinyl cement probably won't work. The vinyl cements I'm familiar with use a chemical reaction with the vinyl to create heat and fuse/melt the two pieces of vinyl together. Since glass isn't vinyl, it probably won't hold (for very long, at least).
- Q:Could you make Portland cement with one component only, excluding the gypsum?
- Yes. I worked before in a cement plant (at Tinaan, Naga, Cebu, Philippines). I was a shift control chemist and we fed only one component to the raw grinding process which we deposited to the slurry basin and subsequently mixed it homogeneously at the right proportions before burning in the rotary kiln to produce the clinker. Then in the finish grinding operation, we added the gypsum to control the setting time of the finished product, the cement, at approximately the proportion of 97% clinker and 3% gypsum to produce Type 1 Portland Cement. We were blessed with a very good limestone quarry that approximated almost 75% of Calcium Carbonate to crush and grind and burn to clinker and then grind it to produce cement. So almost everyday, we had only a single component to produce the cement. However, we also had in our feeders aside from the limestone, the marl feeder, the silica feeder and the pyrite cinder feeder to fine tune the raw mix, and especially when we are to produce another type of cement. A good day to you.
- Q:How is cement made out of?
- Chalk and clay tumbled in a huge drum with lots of heat
- Q:How many 80 lbs bags of cement to do a 12 ft by 8 inch wall?
- You're missing a dimension... 8 ft. thick by 12 ft. long by (?) ft. tall? Volume requires 3 dimensions. Edit: Based on your inability to comprehend the basic spatial nature of our universe, I recommend that you never work with concrete... You'll probably hurt yourself.
- Q:how is cement, concrete, mortar and glass made and used?
- Cement is fired blue stone made into a powder. Concrete is portland cement, crushed stone, and sand. Mortar is fired limestone pulverized mixed with sand. Glass is made of silica sand, bicarbonate of soda, and fired to fuse all parts together. Cement is predominately used on stone work and the main ingredient in concrete. Concrete is for swimming pools, walls, sidewalks, patios, etc. Mortar is mostly used to lay brickwork, stucco, plaster, etc. Glass should be self-explanatory.
- Q:Is Portland cement considered to be hydraulic? (cement that cures underwater)
- Most construction cements today are hydraulic, and most of these are based on Portland cement, which is made primarily from limestone, certain clay minerals, and gypsum in a high temperature process that drives off carbon dioxide and chemically combines the primary ingredients into new compounds. Non-hydraulic cements include such materials as (non-hydraulic) lime and gypsum plasters, which must be kept dry in order to gain strength, and oxychloride cements, which have liquid components. Lime mortars, for example, set only by drying out, and gain strength only very slowly by absorption of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to re-form calcium carbonate through carbonatation.
- Q:Is there a difference between cement and concrete?
- The difference between concrete and cement is that concrete contains cement plus sand and gravel. It is the cement that binds the sand and gravel or crushed rock together to form what we call concrete. Concrete then, is more than just cement.
- Q:What drill should I use for cement?
- The previous answers are correct. Rent a good SDS bit hammer drill and it will drill your concrete as easy as sticking your finger in butter. You'll drill all those holes so fast you won't believe it. Those masonry bits used with a regular rotary drill are only good for drilling mortar joints or soft brick. As you already discovered, they are just not adequate for concrete. Actually, if you do a lot of your own work, a residential grade 120 volt DeWalt hammer drill is not that expensive and a handy thing to own. I have one myself -- it can be used on rotary or hammer settings.
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