Specifications and Results
Fineness(%,100 mesh sieve)
PH(20% water solution)
- Q:Cement board or mold resistant greenboard for a bathroom?
- Cement board goes on the floor. Greenboard goes on the walls.
- Q:sand and cement to brick/block ratio?
- how much sand and cement to lay 1000 8x16 Blocks
- Q:Have you ever written in wet cement?
- Haha, classic! My sister and I wrote this guy I liked at one points name, Lucas in the cement a couple months ago..then we also put our converse shoe prints on the road too =] ♥
- Q:Is a Cemented or Uncemented Prosthesis Better?
- The response to this differs for various people. Because each person’s condition is exclusive, the physician and also you must weigh the pros and cons. Cemented substitutes tend to be more commonly used for older, less active people and individuals with weak bones, for example individuals who've brittle bones, while uncemented substitutes tend to be more commonly used for more youthful, more active people. Research has shown that cemented and uncemented prostheses have comparable rates of success. Studies also indicate that if you want one more hip replacement, or revision, the rates of success for cemented and uncemented prostheses are comparable. However, more lengthy-term data can be found in the U . s . States for stylish substitutes with cemented prostheses, because doctors have used them here because the late sixties, whereas uncemented prostheses weren't introduced before the late seventies. The main drawback to an uncemented prosthesis may be the extended recovery period. Since it requires a very long time for that natural bone to develop and fix towards the prosthesis, you aren't uncemented substitutes must limit activities for approximately 3 several weeks to safeguard the stylish joint. Also, it's more prevalent for somebody by having an uncemented prosthesis to see leg discomfort within the several weeks following a surgery, as the bone keeps growing in to the prosthesis.
- Q:Can I lay vinyl flooring over cement backer board?
- Cement backer board is for use under tile. I have not seen anyone try to put vinyl over it. I would avoid doing this if I were you. 1/4 luan plywood is common for use underneath vinyl flooring. It provides a smooth, uniform surface to work with.
- Q:Does anyone know about STAINING CONCRETE/CEMENT?
- I bought a concrete stain at Lowe's and you just paint it on and it soaks in. I used a Terra cot ta color. It is such an easy update for a patio or porch.
- Q:Problems with cement?
- A bit vague, but in general no cement should start to deteriorate so quickly. Was the reinforcement rusty? That will cause spalling (bursting of the concrete) Also a bad mix or improper curing (curing can be immensely important in some applications). There are also any number of chemicals which will deteriorate concrete and many of them are found right there in the ground, but this should take years to occur. If this came out of a Lafarge truck, there is always the possibility that you got a mix intended for someone else (this happens more often than many realize) There really is no excuse for cement to fail so quickly, if this was a pro job I'd have them back ASAP. If it was a personal job, check your delivery docket and if all is well, call the batch plant and get one of the concrete guys out there to take a look. It's rare, but sometimes you just get a bad batch.
- Q:I just accidently put some treated pine posts in pure cement instead of concrete., what can I expect to happen
- cement and sand or just cement powder? cement and sand will have the same strength as concrete...gravel is added as an economic filler...
- Q:Ideas on painting cement block?
- For your walls, first use one or two coats of a good quality primer followed by one or two finish coats. The best paint for the floor is an Epoxy paint. Your home store can recommend something for your specific conditions.
- Q:Can you use rubber cement glue on a car tire?
- You can, but rubber cement glue wasn't made for that purpose. You're only using it for cosmetic reasons, so it'll be ok. However I would like to say that because there's no major damage to the tire that everything is safe. If it's a very small nick ( less tha 1/4 in in length) I'd say your ok. But if it's larger than that, i'd say to take it to a mechanic. Tires don't bear the same weight load all the time while driving, so going around corners, making small turns on a highway all increase the pressure that's on a tire. Check with a mechanic to be sure and stay safe.
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