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The Good Quality Column Head Mould 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.

 

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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.

 

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Q:Making ornamental concrete casts from mold. Can I use just sand & portland cement?
Erm... sand + cement = mortar. Concrete includes rocks/pebbles (reckoning on the use). purchase some waiting blend concrete from a DIY save. end of subject. 40mm deep? Will you throw down some hardcore first? appears like this would be a activity for some paving slabs which *can* be laid with little bit of mortar.
Q:How many cement bags do I need......?
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Q:Fence Posts and Cement?
I use wet concrete and a few hours later when its begun to set hose the footing with a load of water to settle the ground and make sure the cement fully swells up.. If you use wet cement you will have to brace the post until it sets if you use semi dry you can tamp it firm and hold the post fairly firm wet concrete will swell up more giving a better footing is my opinion is a good idea to put a shovel full of loose gravel into the bottom of the hole, before you pour the footing to help drainage.. if I was doing the job for myself I would use the driest pressure treated lumber possible and soak the ends that will go into the concrete in a bucket of creosote for at least 24 hours
Q:How are the ashes from a volcano used to make cement?
Commercial cement is not made from volcanic ash. It is usuually made with limestone or marble (source of CaO) as the main ingredient. Other incredients include some clay and gypsum. After mixing the stuff is heated to form clinker then with some more mixing goes into bags, bins, or tanks for mixing with sand, gravel and water to make concrete. Volcanic ash will harden somewhat into a cement-like compound when it becomes wet. Many cars had their paint jobs ruined in 1980 by Mt. St. Helens ash mixed with a little precipitation.
Q:making a cement platform?
First, what you want is concrete, not cement. Concrete is a mixture of sand, gravel and portland cement. 6 of concrete will give you a permanent installation (20 years). Dig out 2 below level and put 2X4's around the edge. Make sure the 2X4's are well braced. You won't need any additional gravel. Fill the form with the concrete. You need to do this in one pour. You should not do it a few bags at a time, so you'll need a lot of buddies with wheelbarrows unless you plan to get a truckload. If you want to do an especially good job lay wire fencing in the concrete half way through the pour. That will give you a reinforced concrete slab that will last 100 years. When you smooth the top, make sure it's slightly higher in the center for drainage.
Q:How do I cut hardiebacker cement board once it is already installed on wall?
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Q:How to keep cement moist for 24hrs?
There is no way you can extend the life of concrete by 22 hours by adding water. The addition of water to temper, extend the workable life, of concrete significantly reduces the concrete strength. I have no idea how adding water to cement would react but I would guess it would be the same. By the way, cement is the soft stuff and concrete is the hard stuff. Once the initial water is added to a concrete mix it starts to set up. Concrete is said to cure, gain a very high percentage of its strength, in 28 days. A high percentage of the strength is gained between the 3rd and 7th days. Freezing the mix will not only ruin the concrete its ultimate strength would be very close to zero. A effects of a super plasticizer lasts for 30 to 60 minutes depending on the dosage and the concrete mix. After the effects wear off there is a rapid loss in workability. I can not see how this would help you. (That is for concrete super plasticizer I have no idea what a mortar plasticizer would do but I don't think it has ever been tried in a concrete mix.)
Q:history of the development of cement?
Cement history Throughout history, cementing materials have played a vital role. They were used widely in the ancient world. The Egyptians used calcined gypsum as a cement. The Greeks and Romans used lime made by heating limestone and added sand to make mortar, with coarser stones for concrete. The Romans found that a cement could be made which set under water and this was used for the construction of harbours. The cement was made by adding crushed volcanic ash to lime and was later called a pozzolanic cement, named after the village of Pozzuoli near Vesuvius. In places such as Britain, where volcanic ash was scarce, crushed brick or tile was used instead. The Romans were therefore probably the first to manipulate the properties of cementitious materials for specific applications and situations.
Q:How do I go about cementing newel posts into concrete steps?
A non shrink mortar will do the job, but if you want to ease your mind you can screw a few screws into the sides of the newel posts and leave the heads sticking out a bit so they get trapped by the mortar, nails will also do, just make sure they are below the top of the concrete , in your case about 2 from the end. Good luck. By the way you can also get an expanding mortar, myself I prefer hydraulic concrete.
Q:Cement Needed for Porcelain Tile?
I have installed many tile floors. The tiles are set in motar and the grout is used to file in between the tiles. I don't even know what he means by cement. Was it used as a leveler? Is this a mud set job? What ever it is it sounds like a lot of bags. A contractor should tell you up front what the cost of the work is going to be. If something comes up during the work that cost extra money then they should discuss it with you prior to proceeding. If his final bill is what he told you it would be, then just pay him. If all the cement is extra then he has a lot of explaining to do.
ARTS, is engaged in environmental art, GRC projects. Our business scope mainly includes: bridge, embankments,garden fence railings, GRC European component,GRC / EPS prefabricated building component and engineering and garden hard landscape etc. Our company has the capacity of independent mold development and GRC professional equipment manufacture.

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