Introduction of China Column Head Mould:
It is made by the special GRG high-strength powder mixing with the high-strength alkali-free fiberglass and reinforcer. To increase the strength of the structures, we will embed wooden timbering, galvanized keel, fiberglass rob, fiberglass mesh cloth. The products are featured by high strength, good flexibility and good resistance to impact. So it is widely used in senior clubs, five-star hotels, luxury villas, modernization office building.
Applications of China Column Head Mould:
Our main products are gypsum one-piece art ceiling , gypsum cornice, gypsum ceiling corner, decorative sideline, chair rail, decorative beading, relief, Roman Pillar, gypsum corbel, centre medallion, niches, fireplace etc.
- Q:how do i get spray paint off cement?
- try a spray on oven cleaner. i don't know if it will work on cement, but i know it takes paint off of metal and other things. i know brake fluid will take the paint off of your car, but i think that would stain the cement. sorry i couldn't be more help. or maybe just plain old paint thinner, or acetone (fingernail polish remover).
- Q:Can I put cement on vinyl tiles?
- You can cover the vinyl tiles, but you might end up with an uneven floor when you are done. Plus, like Doug said below, you will wind up with too much flexing for marble flooring, which might make it crack and fail much sooner than it should. You should probably bite the bullet, remove the tiles and start with a concrete slab.
- Q:how to start new cement industry?
- A new cement industry or a new cement company? Are you actually going to be dealing in cement or is it actually going to be some sort of concrete product manufacturing? It is common for people who are not familiar with concrete to call concrete cement which is only the binder for the final product.
- Q:I'm building a wood fence with metal posts this weekend. How long do I need to let the cement cure for?
- Depends on the cement you use. If it's a quick set kind, it will say on the bag (probably a coupla-few hours tops). If it's just regular Portland cement, wait a day or two (or whatever it says on the bag).
- Q:How to bond bricks/cement in a cost effective manner?
- cement is your best answer. Mortar to be exact. Anything else is a poor substitution to the right product for the job
- Q:describing porridge.. as thick as cement and as bland as?
- Here are my TOP TEN responses to describing porridge... as thick as WET cement and as bland as: 10. cardboard 9. a rice cake 8. wax fruit 7. elevator music 6. George Bush's personality 5. a glass of water 4. a bowl of sand 3. my 9th grade History teacher 2. a cotton ball 1. well, ...wet cement
- Q:how to use cement?
- That would depend on the size of the job. If it is a small job, the sackcrete would serve you well. Make a form where you want the conrete, put the sackcrete in a five gallon bucket, add water and stir with a shovel. A wheelbarrow, is another option, especially if you have to move any distance from the water source. As it dries, work the cement to the finish that you want. If it starts to dry too fast, add a small amount of water.
- Q:How much cement should you put in the post for chainlink fencing?
- Concrete Chain Link Fence Posts
- Q:can you put hydraulic cement over a painted cracking cement wall?
- That sounds more time consuming than just scraping off the peeling paint..... Here's 1 problem w/your approach, latex paint dries so fast that it actually creates a vacuum effect in doing so, which means that as it dries it'll pull off the surface anything that's not firmly attached, which is why prep work's so important to longevity. You won't immediately notice this happening, but w/the passage of time you'll be back to the peeling wall in spades. I've never heard of skim-coating w/hydraulic cement, but I've done plenty of patching plaster walls w/plaster of paris, what immediately comes to mind are the inherent problems w/working in a medium that sets up so quickly, I can't imagine how you'd get a whole wall covered looking even satisfactory (but I'm pretty picky, I figure when people are paying me I'm obliged to do a better job than they could've) w/out going insane in the process. I learned the trick to plaster, but I don't know the chemistry of hydraulic cement well enough to find a retardant for it. Anyways, I know prep-work sucks, but often it's just easiest to do it get it over with (start w/a stiff putty knife, by the way) rather than inventing a new process having to deal w/a long string of learning curves as you go. The first question that came to mind w/your question is have you ever skim-coated anything before so that you'd have even a vague idea of what you're getting yourself into potentially, but if you must create, than by all means go forth!
- Q:james hardie cement siding ?
- James Hardie company makes many cement board products for the building industry, including Hardi-Plank for siding, Hardi-backer to put behind tile or stone in damp areas, etc. Their products are all excellent quality, and are worth the cost -- I use them extensively. Cement board is heavy and somewhat brittle -- buy it locally from a quality vendor (Lowes, etc) and don't worry about the few cents difference between what you heard and what you see. You're getting excellent value, and freedom from unnecessary maintenance. Rejoice.
ARTFUL, a well-known enterprise which is engaged in the research, development, design, production and sales of high-quality, high-grade GRC decorative, gardening, art sculptures.
Our products include: flower pots, fountains, gazebos, relief paintings, murals, picture frames, stylobate, furniture, fireplace, Roman, corbels, window cover, door pockets, line, figure sculpture statue etc.
1. Manufacturer Overview
|Annual Output Value
||Above US$ 10 Million
||20.00% North America
20.00% South America
10.00% Eastern Europe
10.00% Southeast Asia
10.00% Northern Europe
10.00% South Asia
10.00% Western Europe
5.00% Mid East
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3. Manufacturer Capability
||31% - 40%
|No.of Employees in Trade Department
||Above 26,000 square meters
|No. of Production Lines
||Design Service Offered;
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|Product Price Range