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ARN5*5-100L 160g/M2 ZrO2 14.5%
Export to Japan many year with very good quality.

AR GLASSFIBER MESH (Top level quality)

ARNP5*5-100L 160g/M2   ZrO2 ≥14.5%

Mesh Hole: 5mm*5mm or 10mm*10mm

Width: 100cm

Weight per sqm: 160g/M2

Initial Tensile breaking strength:

Warp direction:≥1200N / 5cm

Weft  direction: ≥1200N /5cm

AR strength retention rate: Over 85% (Soaked in 5% NaOH alkaline solution for 28 days and test the strength)

Colours: white, green or meet your taste.

Roll length: 50M/roll

Packing: 50M/roll/shrink film,36rolls/pallets,20pallets/1*20FCL .

Remarks: 1. Export to Japan for many years for outside wall reinforcement.

               2. Can be used to produce GRC cement board by hand-making methods.

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Q:what is concrete amd cement used for?
cement is one of the ingredients in concrete cement ,water ,sand ,and course aggregate (crushed stone) concrete is used for many things in the building industry world wide
Q:How to permanently get rid of the cement residue on new cement garage floor?
Cement residue i presume what you really mean is the dusty stuff that keeps coming off of cement as it wears away for ever and ever. First if it's uneven lumps or spills and spots you have to pomice ( wear down the rough spot with pomice the cement with pomicingstone which usually has a wood handle and it is harder than cement especially poorly cheaply made cement used by builders andcontractors for extra profit. after dong that you go buy linceed oil and seal the floor with several coats lasts almost forever indoor. Second alternative is buy (very costly) slate and cement sealer. in 1974 it cost me $20. a gallon it took about 3 gallons to do 1100 sq. foot. basement. many builders mix too much sand and not enbough cement to make Concrete
Q:if you ate cement mix, could it set in your stomach?
If you ate cement mix, I think there would be more wrong with you than we could possibly deal with on Y!A
Q:How does cement set? Don't say Just add water!?
Wait a really long time
Q:How wide and deep does a cement footer for a wooden ceder fence have to be?
since what you are doing is not for structural support, the idea of code doesn't apply. Your choices are completely based on your needs and the building materials chosen. SO, you say cement, I believe you mean concrete (water + cement + gravel = concrete), Concrete needs to be at least 2 thick (check the bag) usually 4 for slabs . Since your depth concern is based on how deep your dogs dig, check out some of their work, it needs to be deep enough to at least dissuade them from digging. so let say....10 deep x 4 wide, and lets say you want to come about two inches above the ground so, as you said, your fence doesn't touch the grass. Next you will be amazed at how much concrete you will need for a fenceline. Say 50 feet of fenceline (not much), 50 feet long x 12 inches (1 foot) deep (10down/2up) x 4 inches wide (1/3 foot), 50 x 1 x .33 = just under 17 cubic feet of concrete @ just under 1/2 cubic foot / 60 lb. bag, means you will need approx 35, 60 lb bags (mixing it is alot of work) BTW, what you want to do (for the above example) is dig down 10 deep x 4 wide, then place a 2 x 3 (or 4) flat on the ground on each side of the ditch, put spikes in so the wood doesn't move, fill to the top of the wood with concrete, smmoth (screed) a board acroos the top to level and remove excess. wait 24 hrs, remove wood. you now have a 1 1/2 inch rise above the ground. my 2 cents
Q:who can tell me a world cement website?
If okorder.com they are the biggest cement manufacture in the would,you can search for information there.
Q:When preparing mortar, why in addition to cement, but also often add a certain amount of other cementitious materials
Then there are cement and other building materials and cementitious materials have a great relationship And the gelling material has some excellent performance, in the daily life of the more widely used With the scientific development of cementitious materials, cementing materials and their products industry will produce a new leap
Q:why must you use cement board under ceramic tile?
You use hardibacker because it will not expand and shrink like plywood and thus your tile will not crack. It will not retain the moisture that wood does and the mortar bed for the tile will adhere better. It also gives support to the tile and floor in that it will not flex when you walk over it as opposed to plywood. However, even with the use of hardibacker you still have to have a good sub floor under it...usually 3/4 plywood. The hardiback comes in different thicknesses as well and depending on your sub floor this will determine the thickness of hardibacker. Unless you have a concrete floor and then you can apply the tile directly to it...if it is level Go to Lowes and talk with the flooring people....they can walk you through it and there are pamphlets that show you what to do. good luck
Q:What are the consequences of using cement./concrete?
social: Not always the most attractive looking material. Some concretes and cements create a gloomy and depressing atmosphere. Environmental: Concrete and cement release green house gases. Concrete/cement footpaths over up natural soils and leave less room for trees to be planted and less natural earth for insects to live in. Economic: Expensive to remove and dump. In some cases, some cement foundations are so deep they are impossible to remove, meaning the land they're on cannot be used for much else, decreasing the land resources in the economy
Q:Which is heavier wet or dry cement?
I am assuming you are referring to the weight of a quantity of cement mixed with the requisite water for molding (and not hardened) vs that same cement once it is in a fully cured (hardened) condition. When cement hardens (cures) it does not lose all the water which was originally mixed with it, some of the water remains permanently incorporated into the cement. This is because the active ingredient in dry (as purchased) cement is primarily anhydrous calcium silicate*. When the cement cures and dries out it is in the form of a hydrate of calcium silicate and this portion of the water stays in the cement forever. When we mix cement with enough water so it can be poured or molded, we are adding more than the exact amount of water necessary for the hydration process, so, some, but not all, the water evaporates and thus, the wet cement would be heavier than hardened cement. *Yes, there is sand, gravel, etc but these are just fillers, they just go along for the ride, they do not under go any chemical change during the process.

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