Industrial Polypropylene Fiber for Concrete, Engineering Fiber,high quality

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Commodity:  Industrial Polypropylene Fiber for Concrete, Engineering Fiber


Polypropylene PP Fiber also called PP fiber, Polymer Fiber,it is manufactured by mixing, spinning, stretching and cutting the combination of modified base and polypropylene paring, used as the project fiber for concrete and mortar. It can decrease cracks in concrete's early stage.


Property of Industrial Polypropylene Fiber:

 Polypropylene monofilament fiber technical sheet


Product name

PP fiber



100% polypropylene


Cut length

From 3mm to 120mm






20 micron to 40micron





elongation at break



melting point



ignition point



Oil point

lower than 1%





Advantages of  Industrial Polypropylene Fiber:

1.Good dispersancy, better grip

2.Random dispersal, subordination reinforced

3.Physically-added tendon, anti-crack and high reinforcement

4.Diamagnestism and antirust, corrosion protection and alkali resistant

5.Innocuous and odorless, safe

6.Simple operation, more economic and dependable


Function of  Industrial Polypropylene Fiber for Concrete:


2.Increasing seepage-proof performance

3.Anti-concussion and anti-wear performance

4.Increasing shock proof

5.Cold-resistant property

6.Enhance the property of toughness and ductility

7.Fire resistance and anti-detonation quality

8.Preventing or reducing the major reinforcing steel bar from being eroded

9.Reducing rebound of jetting concrete


Application of  Polypropylene Fiber:

1.Industry and Civil Architecture

2.Main body of road, bridge

3.Water conservancy project


Package of  Polypropylene Fiber:

A: Packing in plastic bags, plastics bags to be put into waterproof bags, and then waterproof bags to be put into container, totally 8 tons in 1x20'FCL

B: Packing in fusible paper bags, paper bags to be put into cartons, and then cartons to be put into pallet, pallets to be put into container, totally 6 tons in 1x20'FCL.


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cement consist of Oxides and water forms hydrates of these oxides
Q:Plastic cement vs. Rubber cement
These are Materials you have listed, not crafts!
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No it is: Tricalcium Silicate (C3S) C3S is the most abundant mineral in portland cement, occupying 40–70 wt% of the cement, and it is also the most important. The hydration of C3S gives cement paste most of its strength, particularly at early times. Pure C3S can form with three different crystal structures. At temperatures below 980˚C the equilibrium structure is triclinic. At temperatures between 980˚C – 1070˚C the structure is monoclinic, and above 1070˚C it is rhombohedral. In addition, the triclinic and monoclinic structures each have three polymorphs, so there are a total of seven possible structures. However, all of these structures are rather similar and there are no significant differences in the reactivity. The most important feature of the structure is an awkward and asymmetric packing of the calcium and oxygen ions that leaves large “holes” in the crystal lattice. Essentially, the ions do not fit together very well, causing the crystal structure to have a high internal energy. As a result, C3S is highly reactive. The C3S that forms in a cement clinker contains about 3-4% of oxides other than CaO and SiO2. Strictly speaking, this mineral should therefore be called alite rather than C3S. However, as discussed in Section 3.2, we will avoid using mineral names in this monograph. In a typical clinker the C3S would contain about 1 wt% each of MgO, Al2O3, and Fe2O3, along with much smaller amounts of Na2O, K2O, P2O5, and SO3 [2]. These amounts can vary considerably with the composition of the raw materials used to make the cement, however. Of the three major impurities, Mg and Fe replace Ca, while Al replaces Si. One effect of the impurities is to “stabilize” the monoclinic structure, meaning that the structural transformation from monoclinic to triclinic that would normally occur on cooling is prevented. Most cements thus contain one of the monoclinic polymorphs of C3S.
Q:if wer going to use only 15% of cement wats the ratio with regards to gravel and sand and water?
Hello Claire,, If you mix a cup or a truck load the ratios are the same. For a 3500 psi compressive load its 1 cement to 2 sand 2gravel....Now to be more accurate ,,If you calculate the cubic feet in a cubic yard there is 27 or 3^3...Now when the ASTM set up the Std ratio they based it on cubic feet. A 94lb bag of portland cement is one cubic foot in volume. It has been determined that a 5 sack per cubic yard mix yields 3000 psi compressive strength. A six sack mix yields a 3500lb compressive strength. so actually for 3000 the ratio is 5:27 and 6:27 for 3500 psi.. so for the 3500psi that's 1 cement to 2 1/4 sand and 2 1/4 gravel. When mixing in small batches. LIke your going to do just use a shovel put in 1 shovel of cement 2 sand and 2 gravel. For masonry mortar there are different amounts and materials . A cubic foot is approx equal to 7 shovels full..15% of the bag will take about 2 shovel fulls..A shovel full is subject to the capacity of the person with the shovel..Any way good luck and have fun..from the E
Q:Cement board?
I would still screw the cement board to the concrete block. Don't use the adhesive, or better still use them both. Some may say that the concrete block would be enough by itself, but it is porous and if you get a small crack in the tile or grout it will eventually let water, (moister), seep into the studs. Be safe than sorry as bathrooms need to last, as they are expensive to repair.
Q:Rubbert cement thinner?
Lighter fluid would probably work.
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If you are laying concrete blocks (cinder blocks) for a block wall then you put motar between the blocks as you lay them. Mortar is a cement and sand mixture. You can buy motar mix at the hardware store. Cement is powder substanse that is used to make Concrete and Mortor. Concrete contains Cement, Aggrigate (rocks), Sand, and Water. People often refer to a sidwalk or driveway as being made of cement. Technically this is incorrect. Sidewalks and driveways are made out of Concrete. Cement is just one of the ingediants in concrete.
Q:how can i repair a cement block that a beam (2X12X16) rest on it.?
You did not give much info on the cement block just the beam. How big of a block are we talking about? What is the construction of the cement block? 2,000 psi? 2500 psi? How intense was the fire? Most fires will not hurt cement blocks. How much weight is this beam holding? After you take the burnt beam off you can make a better assessment on the cement block. I'm willing to bet my last dollar, it will hold up a new beam fine. Good Luck!
Q:Why do we lay cement between two bricks, instead of just arranging the bricks without cement?
Not cement, mortar. The mortar helps bind the bricks to each other. Laying one dry next to another means there's no bond between them at all. You just need a couple of seasons of ground movement (you'd be amazed how much the ground moves with the seasons) to start making your bricks move apart from each other. I get what you're saying, laying bricks in the traditional fashion isn't the easiest thing in the world to do. It's really more of an art in practice, and a science in layout. You have to stay on your toes. But it isn't impossible either, those guys laying brick professionally didn't take a flying saucer to work. They don't wear capes and worry about kryptonite. They're regular people just like you, and you can learn the same skills they did. You say you want to build a house. Awesome. But if you want to put out that much effort, it's really worth it to do it right, right? I don't know where you could use this in your project but there is a product called surface bonding cement that allows you to build a wall by first dry-stacking the blocks, then coming back and troweling on the SBC. It has reinforcing fibers in it that allows the SBC to provide tensile strength even over the joints between blocks and keep the entire wall together. I don't know much about it, I haven't used it myself. It sounds like okay stuff however, and it may be that local codes permit you to use it to build your foundations. Good luck with your project.
Q:what is cement ? this for a scince project we have to do this.?
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1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Shandong, China
Year Established 1998
Annual Output Value Above US$ 20 Million
Main Markets 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% Africa
5.00% Mid East
Company Certifications ISO9001:2008

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a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Qingdao Port,China
Export Percentage 41-50%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 5-10 People
Language Spoken: English; Chinese; Russian; Spanish
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Factory Size: Above 100,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines Above 10
Contract Manufacturing Design Service Offered; Buyer Label Offered
Product Price Range High; Average