Introduction of AR Glassfiber Roving
1) Alkali resistant roving (AR Glassfiber roving), used as reinforced material in cement and concrete
2) There are two kinds of roving according to different ZrO2 content of 14.5% and 16.5%
3) And according to usage, it can be divided to two types, one is premixed and another is water-dispersed.
4) Filament diameter: 13um
5) Roving density: 2,400tex or 4,800tex
6) Shipping container: Qty/20' FCL, 20 pallets (18.24MT)
The roving can be chopped into different lengths like 6mm, 12mm and 24mm. it called AR Glassfiber chopped strand.
For 6mm, it is 25kgs/bag, 40bags/pallet, one 20' container can load 20pallets, 20 tons in total.
For 12mm, it is 20kgs/bag, 40bags/pallet, one 20' container can load 20pallets, 16 tons in total.
And if it is 24mm long, it is 15kgs/bag, 40bags/pallet, and one 20' container can load 20pallets, 12 tons in total
Main Market of AR Glassfiber Roving：
We have exported to UK, America, Canada ,Finland ,Malta Qatar, Zambia, Austria, Egypt, Jordan etc.
- Q:Flexible clay molds using rubber cement?
- No, it wouldn't. Simply because rubber cement truly dries by evaporation. Other mold making materials cure, which is different. You'd need to coat your model many, many times and let it dry thoroughly in between, and even then it's not made for the job. It's awfully soft. Maybe it could be done, but in the end it would be inferior and probably not any cheaper. One coat of cement will be like a sheet of paper, in thickness, after it dries. Maybe less. Spring for the molding compounds and make your life easy.
- Q:A bag of cement weighing 350 N hangs in equilibrium from three wires as suggested in the figure below.?
- The tension in the third wire is equal to the weight of the bag of cement. The sum of the vertical components of the tension in each of the other wires is equal to the tension in the third wire. So, the sum of the vertical components of the tension in each of the other wires is equal the weight of the bag of cement. Vertical component = T * sin θ For the left wire, vertical component = T1 * sin 61 For the right wire, vertical component = T2 * sin 41 Eq#1: T1 * sin 61 + T2 * sin 41 = 350 Since the system is in equilibrium, the magnitude of the horizontal components of the tension in each of the other wires is equal. Horizontal component = T * cos θ Eq#2: T1 * cos 61 = T2 * cos 41 T1 = T2 * cos 41/cos 61 Substitute (T2 * cos 41/cos 61) for T1 in Eq#1, and solve for T2. T2 * cos 41/cos 61 * sin 61 + T2 * sin 41 = 350 T2 * (cos 41/cos 61 * sin 61 + sin 41) = 350 T2 = 350 ÷ (cos 41/cos 61 * sin 61 + sin 41) = 173.4741944 N This is approximately 173.5 N Substitute 173.4741944 for T2 in Eq#1 and solve for T1. Eq#1: T1 * sin 61 + 173.4741944 * sin 41 = 350 T1 = (350 – 173.4741944 * sin 41) ÷ sin 61 = 270.0495844 N This is approximately 270 N. To check this answer, substitute both answers in Eq#2: T1 * cos 61 = T2 * cos 41 270 * cos 61 = 173.5 * cos 41 131 = 131 This proves that the tensions are correct! I hope that my work has helped you understand how to solve this type of problem.
- Q:Are Sikhs a cement between Hindu & Muslim?
- Sorry what a crock. I as a Muslim coexist with Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, Atheist, Catholics etc etc perfectly happily. No ''buffer'' need at all thank...
- Q:How much cement does it take to fill 401 cubic in?
- Cement - clinker 1290-1540 Cement, Portland 1506 Cement, mortar 2162 Cement, slurry 1442 the above values are in kilograms per cubic metre.
- Q:is ceramic tile cheaper than a cement overlay?
- really about the same , unless you know how to pour,and fix cement ,and polish it , you better use tiles, but unless you have a cement floor, you must have backer cemant board at least 1/2 thick. at least you can change the tiles out if you get bored with them right?
- Q:Cement was just poured in my backyard and it looks uneven in some places. Any ideas on how to fix this?
- There's no such thing as evening out cement once it's cured. It has to be removed and redone. Don't pay the contractor, and have him rip up the whole thing and start from scratch. His mistake... you shouldn't have to pay for it. NOTE: Take digital pictures in case you need to take legal action. A tip: place a newspaper from that day on the ground when taking a picture so that you can prove the date of the pictures.
- Q:Is the cement used for dental crowns antibacterial?
- Hi, dental cements like GIC(glass ionomer cements), Resin cements help repel bacteria because of the fluoride release. They dont have antibacterial properties but only protects the tooth from adhering(sticking) bacteria. Zinc Phosphates with eugenol has bacteriostaric properties but it dissolves in saliva easily.
- Q:Does anyone know how to remove cement off tile borders?
- If you have grout then it seems likely you have ceramic tiles. You can easily remove extra cement by using a rotary brass brush in an electric drill. You can buy them at most hardware stores. Use light pressure, low speed, and a bit of patience to remove the cement. When all of the large parts are gone, then clean the remaining bits with a bit of extra fine steel wool and a kitchen cleanser, such as Ajax or Comet. The brush may leave some dark marks, especially if you overheat the contact area: these will usually disappear with the cleanser.
- Q:building a pond, instead of pond liner using cement, will this work?
- The concrete will invariably crack at some point. It might be two years down the road; it might be ten. But it will crack and it will leak.
- Q:Can we use quarry dust instead of sand for cement mix for brick laying, plastering or concrete?
- Ideally what you want to have is a wide range of aggragate sizes for the best concrete, with a good variation in sizes from small to large. It seems to me that if you took the quarry dust and mixed it towther with a latex fortifier and portland cement you could make a good thinset mortar, which would be better suited for thinner applications and small cracks and joints.
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