opc portland cement 32.5
Packing:50kg bag then 40 bags into a 2MT sling bag
the company is a cement of factory
opc portland cement 32.5
1,Product range:P.C32.5,P.O42.5/42.5R/52.5 Ordinary Portland cement
2,Standard: In compliance to the national standards (GB175-2007)
a)2MT jumbo bag
b)50kg per bag then 40 bags into a 2MT sling bag
It is in the Rizhao Economic Development Zones High-tech Building Materials Park.The main products of HaoYu company are 32.5, 42.5, 52.5-class high-performance portland cement, with an annual output of one million tons. And the company had been authorized to operate export.
Company was judged "the comprehensive utilization of resources enterprise" by the Shandong Economic&Trade Committee, the National Taxation Bureau of Shandong and the Shandong Local Taxation in November/2003. Company joined the China-EU Environmental Management of Park Cooperation (EMCP)Projects in April/2004.
Near port superiority: The company is 3.2km far away from the Rizhao-port,in the Port working Area, and the cargo can be carried on vehicles directly. Persently the company construct more than 30,000 square meter cement warehousing which can store both the large and small packing cement. The advanced technology and convenient transportation reduce the cost of transportation and storage greatly for the domestic and foreian customers. The cement product had selled to many countries,including Russia,South Africa,Angola Nigeria etc.
- Q:if a ball was dropped on cement and an identical ball was dropped on stretchy rubber, which scenario would result in the most force?
- impulse = change in momentum F delta(t) = m delta(v) dropped on cement the ball would essentially lose all its momentum and the time (t) would be very short so F would be high dropped on rubber assuming a good bounce back the change in momentum would be greater because the result would be going back up at some v so impulse is greater but time would also be longer and we would have to know the time it took to bounce on the rubber and the time it took to stop on the cement to make a comparison of forces generally speaking we might reasonably expect the rubber landing to involve less force because we can imagine the difference between jumping from a height onto concrete versus jumping onto a trampoline I would anticipate that the time of contact on the trampoline would be many, many times greater than the time it would take to stop when hitting the concrete. If someone gives you a good response, please consider giving a best answer. This is the only reward we get.
- Q:What is the density of cement?
- I will answer your question directly, then answer the question I think you are asking. Cement is a gray powder that is mixed with water and aggregate to make concrete. Cement and concrete are 2 different things. Cement is to concrete as flour is to cake. With that said, cement (the powder) has a specific gravity of 3.15, which means it's density is 3.15 times that of water. Water has a density of 62.4 pounds per cubic foot, so cement has a density of 196.6 pounds per cubic foot. If you actually mean concrete, which is the hard grey stuff, then it has a density of about 150 pounds per cubic foot. Hope that's what you were referring to.
- Q:What is the history of cement? How is it manufactured? What are the types of cements?
- Just how long have condoms been around? The answer might surprise you. Most people think that condoms have been around and in use for a few hundred years, but they are wrong. On a cave wall in France is a painting of a man using a condom. This painting is between 12,000 and 15,000 years old, so condoms have been around for thousands of years, not hundreds. Condoms have been made out of a variety of materials over the years including linen, animal intestines, oiled paper, latex, and polyurethane. Currently only latex, polyurethane, and animal tissue condoms are available on the US market, but only the latex condoms have been shown to be effective in preventing the spread of STDs.
- Q:do all towns ask for a road bond to bring a cement truck in?
- Bonds are not insurance. What they are asking for is that you provide a bond to promise to pay up to $5000.00 if the cement truck damages the roads it is travelling on. You go to a bonding company (sometimes your insurance company will provide the bond), pay them a fee for providing the bond and have the work done. If the truck damages a road, the bonding company will pay out up to $5000.00 for the damage, then you will have to reimburse the bonding company for it's outlay. Bonds are NOT insurance.
- Q:difference between 53grade and 43graade cement?
- The OPC(Ordinary Portland Cement) was classified into three grades, namely 33 grade, 43 grade and53 grade depending upon the strength of the cement at 28 days when tested as per IS 4031-1988. If the 28 days strength is not less than 33N/mm2, it is called 33 grade cement, if the strength is not less than 43N/mm2, it is called 43 grade cement, and if the strength is not less than 53 N/mm2, it is called 53 grade cement
- Q:running on cement?
- Lots of people jog on cement / asphalt more than that and don't have problems. Think marathoners...they run for hours at a time on cement. #1 thing to do is get some good shoes - I wear Mizuno, but go to a running store or a good shoe store and they'll set you up with something that will keep your knees and feet healthy. Running back and forth in a park will be fine, but it will get boring really quickly. I say continue running as you are, but make sure the shoes you have are well-made enough for the amount and type of running you do. A professional can help you with that, and the money is well worth it in the long run.
- Q:What is the most common cement used in concrete?
- My dad gets help from the rest of the family to help build a room for a Jacuzzi and the bottom under the tiles would be cement. The cement we use is portland. It works great, but it has to have a certain texture or wetness for certain types of jobs. For example we are also putting up a wall and that cement has to be a bit drier than the type of cement that you would use for a floor. For a floor you need to add gravel or anything like that to keep the floor strong and resistant to cracking.
- Q:What is the formula of cement?
- Cement Formula
- Q:name four top quality cement brands?
- To answer your question it would be necessary to know in what area of the US you are located. The top four brands in the Mid West may not even be available on the east or west coasts. Although cement plants may be large in an area they quite possibly are not nation wide suppliers. As in business and housing most important is location, location, location. Check with a local concrete supplier and they will be able to provide an answer to your question. As a result of having to produce quality and consistent concrete the concrete suppliers typically use the top quality cement available in the area. But they usually limit their brand selection to one supplier, otherwise they would experience variations in quality of their concrete solely a result of the cement supplier. I provide to previous so you are not disappointed in only getting one quality brand in your area.
- Q:Carpet~Cement Question?
- There is a company called UGL (United Gilsonite Laboratories) that makes paint products specifically for concrete. Many of them are moisture barriers and some are designed for floors. I work in hardware/paint and a lot of my customers go with UGL's products because concrete is what they are designed for. I am sure there are other brands that offer the same qualities, but UGL is the one I am familiar with. Stop in to your local hardware store and someone in the paint department will probably be able to assist you. Hope this helps.
Persently the company construct more than 30,000 square meter cement warehousing which can store both the large and small packing cement. The advanced technology and convenient transportation reduce the cost of transportation and storage greatly for the domestic and foreian customers. The cement product had selled to many countries,including Russia,South Africa,Angola,Nigeria,cameroun etc.
1. Manufacturer Overview
|Annual Output Value
||US$5 Million - US$10 Million
20.00% Eastern Asia
||Laboratory certificate; Import and export registration certificate; The development of bulk cement in 2004 Advanced units; THE INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION NETWORK (english)
2. Manufacturer Certificates
|a) Certification Name
3. Manufacturer Capability
||91% - 100%
|No.of Employees in Trade Department
||30,000-50,000 square meters
|No. of Production Lines
||OEM Service Offered
|Product Price Range
||Low and/or Average