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Fineness(%,100 mesh sieve)
PH(20% water solution)
- Q:What is the best cement out there and where can I get it?
- Glue or concrete?
- Q:How do I keep black roof cement hard and dry?
- wrong product the black cement sometimes called plastic is made to stay flexible to expand with the roof and not dry and crack. not sure how big of an erea but maybe some ice and water shield covering all of the balcony then a outdoor carpet on top of it . almost all asphalt roofing will become soft when it gets hot and walking on it when it is cold can crack it. ice water shield is very stick on one side and will seal its self around nails staples that you use to hold the carpet down. just a thought hope this helps
- Q:Is cement expensive?
- Labour? Yes Cement? Not so much May be better off digging and evening the ground yourself and buying some large concrete slabs and placing them there yourself. Best of luck Lew
- 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:Carpet~Cement Question?
- A moisture problem needs to be solved first. You cannot just cover it. Usually most water problems can be resolved by digging a trench all around the garage and install drain tile and fill it with drain rock and cap it with gravel. You stated this is an attached garage, so maybe you house has NO perimeter drain ? Then you need to solve this problem too.
- Q:Do cement finishers often work long hours?
- They sure do, they are tied to the setting of the cement that cannot be paused until the next day The cement is poured . everybody can go home but the finisher must complete the job , there and THEN If he leaves it until the next day the cement is hard and beyond further manipulation. which is what the finishing is , smoothing and leveling the surface or maybe even working a design or texture in it whilst the cement is hardening. The speed with which he has to work is too a certain extent determined by the temperature and humidity of the environment
- Q:please tell me the order of increasing strength of cement mixtures?
- cement or concrete. Cement is baked lime. Concrete is a mixture of sand gravel and cement. Fly ash is more of a lubricant and helps to give you a smoother finish. A basic mixture for concrete is 1 cement 2 gravel and 3 sand. To increase the basic strength add more cement as cement is the binder. To much cement and the result will be crumbly. The more sharp points in the type of sand or the more surface texture of the rock increases strength. reinforcement wire or bar will increase structure strength. Dan
- Q:Can my cat carry asbestos if she goes on my cement bonded asbestos roof?
- I guess the question would be, are asbestos fibers coming off the roof? In that case they are floating around in the air and dangerous for everyone, cats or not. Asbestos is only dangerous if fibers are floating in the air and you breath them. I don't know anything about cement bonded asbestos but if the cement bonds it together then I guess it's safe. Maybe someone else knows more...
- Q:Horse limping on cement?
- Cement can be painful for horses that have done something to their feet. Cement has no give to it, unlike grass, which will absorb impact. This is why they recommend you don't go any faster than a trot on cement. One of our horses sprained his ankle out in the paddock. We had to wrap it up and hose it down with cold water for 20 minutes every few hours. He was out for 6 weeks and was on stall rest. Try picking out that hoof. Does it hurt for him to pick it up? Is there a rock lodged between his shoe and his hoof? Is it sore when you touch it and he tries to pull it away? I would put some cold water on it, wrap it, and see if it starts to get better. If it doesn't improve in a few days, call your vet out. I'd love to help more, but I can't give a fair opinion on what is really wrong with your horse over the internet. edit: if there's no heat, I would call your vet out. He's the only one who can give you a fair and accurate diagnosis. In the meantime, I wouldn't ride him and I would still put some cold water on his leg and wrap it. Hope your horse gets better.
- Q:applying pavement to soil cement base?
- we do soil-cement base with AC or HMA surface all the time. Never use a tack coat. The thinking is have a slip plane between the two sections. Tack coat would allow the subbase to telegraph cracks up into the AC. The key is to have the right soil-cement mix at optimal moisture. Too much water will result in shrinkage cracks. With only 1.5 inch AC that could be a problem. How did you come up with a soil-cement mix design? How much cement? how thick in your section? good luck! Don the engineer
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