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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:cement and concrete as composite?
concrete is made up of portland cement and aggregate (sand, gravel and rocks) and you add water in certain ratios.
Q:Does cement really float?
Yes. Lots of boats are made from cement. It all has to do with displacement and shape. Google Ferro Cement Boats.
Q:what is composition of cement?
t depends on exactly what kind of cement you are referring to. Portland cement is the most common kind, and it has several types with slightly different compositions. There are four major compounds in cement and these are known as C2S, C3S, C3A C4AF, and their composition varies from cement to cement and plant to plant. Type 2 portland cement is cement that has been modified to have better resistance to sulfates - a great quality to have if the concrete you're making ends up being in contact with soil containing a lot of sulphur like in the Western part of the U.S. It about the same price as type 1, but has some other limitations. Here is the breakdown of its chemical makeup (by mass %): 51% - C3 S 24% - C2 S 6% - C3 A 11% - C4 AF 2.9% - MgO 2.5% - SO3 0.8% - Ignition loss 1.0% - free CaO The extent of chemical compounds in cement S no Compound Composition as % 1 C3S 48-52 % 2 C2S 22-26 % 3 C3A 6-10 % 4 C4AF 13-16 % 5 Freelime 1-2 %
Q:What are the uses of calcium carbonate in the manufacture of iron and cement?
Q:Why was the development of portland cement important?
Shouldn't you be asking this question in (homework help)
Q:My friend punched a cement column and...?
WTF? he punched a cement column...why did he do that. well if he busted a blood vessel it should look like a small red dot on his hand. Its not too serious. Try putting some ice on it and washing it with a cool wash cloth. However, it it continues to grow in size call the doctor. honestly tell your friend he is an idiot
Q:2011 building materials reinforced concrete price movements, I now cover the next year or cover? The
And near the end of the year, suppliers, workers have the end of the plot
Q:history of the development of cement?
a combination of hydrated non-hydraulic lime and a pozzolan produces a hydraulic mixture (see also: Pozzolanic reaction), but concrete made from such mixtures was first used by the Ancient Macedonians[1][2] and three centuries later on a large scale by Roman engineers.[3] They used both natural pozzolans (trass or pumice) and artificial pozzolans (ground brick or pottery) in these concretes. Many excellent examples of structures made from these concretes are still standing, notably the huge monolithic dome of the Pantheon in Rome and the massive Baths of Caracalla.[4] The vast system of Roman aqueducts also made extensive use of hydraulic cement.[5] Although any preservation of this knowledge in literary sources from the Middle Ages is unknown, medieval masons and some military engineers maintained an active tradition of using hydraulic cement in structures such as canals, fortresses, harbors, and shipbuilding facilities.[6][7] The technical knowledge of making hydraulic cement was later formalized by French and British engineers in the 18th century.[6]
Q:Barefoot in wet cement?
Its is the lime in the portland part of the mix that dries out your skin. You'll be fine leaving foot and/or hand prints in the wet cement. I would rinse off your skin after your finished.
Q:Can cement be used as edge restraint?
Actually, you mean concrete, not cement. Should be fine, it's done all the time. What are the dimensions? He may have mixed the concrete improperly (wrong ratio or too wet). We need more info. about the whole installation-soil, slope, drainage, radius if it's curved, etc.. A photo would be really helpful.

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