Specifications and Results
Fineness(%,100 mesh sieve)
PH(20% water solution)
- Q:does fiberglass stick to cement?
- you could fit and glue a rubber liner maybe...if the cement is a smooth finish i would try the fiber glass...
- Q:Why does it hurt so much more to fall on ice rather than cement?
- well maybe its because your cold and wen u hit sumthin wen ur cold its gonna hurt double then wen ur warm and i think it hurts more on cement since its uneven and ur hands get scraped up i dont skateboard but i do a lot of things in the street lik basebal basketball and football i live in the city
- Q:Cement Floors?
- No... don't rip up the carpet until you know for sure what (and when) you are getting it's repalcement. You don't know for sure what you'll be uncovering either... it's it's painted, or stained badly by something in places. Live with the green you don't like awhile longer and try to bear it. (There are worse fates.) Better the devil you know, than the devil you don't.
- Q:why must you use cement board under ceramic tile?
- You use hardibacker because it will not expand and shrink like plywood and thus your tile will not crack. It will not retain the moisture that wood does and the mortar bed for the tile will adhere better. It also gives support to the tile and floor in that it will not flex when you walk over it as opposed to plywood. However, even with the use of hardibacker you still have to have a good sub floor under it...usually 3/4 plywood. The hardiback comes in different thicknesses as well and depending on your sub floor this will determine the thickness of hardibacker. Unless you have a concrete floor and then you can apply the tile directly to it...if it is level Go to Lowes and talk with the flooring people....they can walk you through it and there are pamphlets that show you what to do. good luck
- Q:property of cement in concrete?
- In the most general sense of the word, a cement is a binder, a substance which sets and hardens independently, and can bind other materials together. The most important use of cement is the production of mortar and concrete - the bonding of natural or artificial aggregates to form a strong building material which is durable in the face of normal environmental effects.
- Q:Why do you believe concrete and cement is cute?
- because aliens dont wear hats.
- Q:Can fiber cement siding be installed over old wood board siding?
- my husband actually works at James Hardie where they make fiber cement siding. A friend of ours used this siding on his home that already had cedar siding. He just went right over the existing cedar with no problems. Using the trim also made by JH it looks great! He did not have the architectural details your home has but I have also seen the fiber cement siding installed on victorian homes that did, and it looked terrific. You just have to trim the boards to fit around your window casings, etc. JH also sells shake siding and the half moon(gingerbread) shaped siding that is present on lots of older homes up by the roof pitches. I would definitely go with the fiber cement siding over vinyl. You can repaint it if you want(unlike vinyl) It lasts for many many years longer (JH siding comes with 50 yr warranty) looks better, and actually helps better with wind protection (because of thickness) and it also helps with fire protection. JH siding is sold at Home Depot.
- Q:Which of the two (cement industry or automobile industry) would most likely advertise and why?
- You know it's the auto industry, as I'm sure you've seen tons of car ads but few cement ads. The deal is that you have many separate car companies vying for the business of a market with varied tastes and needs, and so will try to appeal to the part of the market that they believe they can attract. Cement companies are all offering the same product and people looking for cement therefore don't look to ads to decide anything about the quality of different kinds of cement, or who to get it from - anyone near them will do.
- Q:What is Rietveld method &its application in cement industry?
- The Rietveld method uses a powder sample instead of a large single crystal to determine crystal structure by X-Ray Diffraction. This is important in the cement industry because cement is a powder and not crystals of any size. This is useful in determining the quality of the product and adjusting burning conditions in real time. Several different software packages have been developed for this technique.
- Q:what is composition of cement?
- t depends on exactly what kind of cement you are referring to. Portland cement is the most common kind, and it has several types with slightly different compositions. There are four major compounds in cement and these are known as C2S, C3S, C3A C4AF, and their composition varies from cement to cement and plant to plant. Type 2 portland cement is cement that has been modified to have better resistance to sulfates - a great quality to have if the concrete you're making ends up being in contact with soil containing a lot of sulphur like in the Western part of the U.S. It about the same price as type 1, but has some other limitations. Here is the breakdown of its chemical makeup (by mass %): 51% - C3 S 24% - C2 S 6% - C3 A 11% - C4 AF 2.9% - MgO 2.5% - SO3 0.8% - Ignition loss 1.0% - free CaO The extent of chemical compounds in cement S no Compound Composition as % 1 C3S 48-52 % 2 C2S 22-26 % 3 C3A 6-10 % 4 C4AF 13-16 % 5 Freelime 1-2 %
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