Grey Ordinary Portland Cement 42.5r n grade

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Specification of Cement

No


Detail


result

I

Chemical test

1

Loss on Ignition

%

2.0 ÷ 4.0

2

Insoluble Residue

%

0.3 ÷ 2.5

3

SiO2

%

19.0 ÷ 22.0

4

Al2O3

%

4.0 ÷ 6.0

5

Fe2O3

%

2.5 ÷ 3.5

6

CaO

%

61.0 ÷ 67.0

7

MgO

%

1.0÷ 4.0

8

SO3

%

1.6÷ 2.2

9

Free lime

%

0.3 ÷ 1.5

10

Toltal alkali, (Max)

%

0.75

11

(C3S + C2S), (Min)

%

54.0

12

C3A, (Max)

%

2.5 ÷ 3.5

14

C4AF, (Max)

%

7 ÷ 11

15

False Set, (Min)

%

50

16

Chloride, (Min)

%

0.1

II

Physiscal test

9 ÷ 11

1

Fineness Blaine, ( Min)

cm2/g

3400

2

Soundness: Lecateller test, ( Max)

mm

5

3

Air content or mortar

%

5 ÷ 10

4

Autoclave Expansion

0.03 ¸ 0.20

5

Setting time, (Vicat test)

Initial,

Final,

min

110 ¸ 160

200 ÷ 300

6

Compressive Strength

3 days, (Min)

7 days, (Min)

28 days, (Min)

psi

2320

3480

5220



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