Specifications and Results
Fineness(%,100 mesh sieve)
PH(20% water solution)
- 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:how is cement powder turned into cement?
- First of all its Portland power and then aggregate (rock) and a little sand. when its mixed a chemical reaction occurs and it binds it all together and dries then its cement
- Q:What is the difference between concrete an cement?
- Cement + Gravel = Concrete
- Q:Clogging Shoes on cement?
- the type of floor you step on slowly scrapes the bottom of your shoes as with any other shoes or slippers, but cement does make it worst due the the uneven roughly layer it has. hope that answers your question!
- Q:cement slabs and houses?
- Some thoughts to consider: First, If you live in a climate that gets any kind of cold weather the slab will feel cool or even cold to the touch. The solution to this is to put in a hydronic in-slab heat. Even if you don't put the hydronic heat in, do put rigid foam insulation under the slab, it WILL save money on heating costs (unless you live in a tropical climate). Second, if you do put tile on the slab, be sure to use a membrane between the tile and the slab. It will add a little cost, but if you don't, any cracks in the concrete will just come through and crack your tile (and you know what they say about concrete, there's two kinds, concrete that's cracked and concrete that's going to crack). Third, DO NOT let anyone talk you into putting forced air ducts under the slab unless they use the blue plastic HK duct. The HK seals completely. If they use the old PVC style duct under the slab you WILL get mold in the ductwork. Slab homes can be fine, if they're built right. They will last just as long as a home with a basement or crawlspace.
- Q:Temporary cement for my permanent crown?
- You might want to discuss this with this dentist and allow him to take a radiograph, check the bite and do a visual exam of this crowned tooth to assure it was seated properly since you feel it might not be and are having these twinges. Although some dental assistants and hygienist excel and are highly capable of performing these extended duties, they are never allowed to do so without the dentist being in direct supervision and on the premises.
- Q:what is the ratio for the cement to install cement block; sand, cement . and mortor creme?
- I am curently researching that very question. The average answer is 3 shovels of sand per one shovel of cement. However, I will be filling the holes of my cement blocks. I have read a few reports that pouring slabs or filling block holes you can use 5 shovels of sand per 1 shovel of cement. But, quite frankly, I am afraid that would be too weak for what I want. PS: I recommend your bottom blocks be laid with 2 shovels of sand per 1 shovel of cement. Then the rest can be 3 shovels of sand per 1 shovel of cement. Hope this helps. If you discover anything about filling the block holes, please e-mail me the info.
- Q:Optimum Cement sand ratio for house please?
- I would use gravel and sand. For a 1 cubic yard concrete mix, use the following: 600 lbs cement 1250 lbs gravel 1650 lbs sand 45 gallons water (about 375 lbs) If you have to use all sand, then just use a 5:1 ratio and use a water to cement ratio of about .6 (6 lbs water to 10 lbs cement) This will put you at about 3000 psi. Don't add too much water as your strength will drop a bunch. Easier way: Just call the local concrete batch plant and ask for 3000 psi concrete. I would also call a local engineering firm to send someone out to take some concrete samples to make sure you get what you ordered. It'll cost a couple hundred bucks for the concrete tests, but it's worth it if you are building a house which will cost tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars.
- Q:how much cement will it take to fill a 5 gallon bucket?
- Hard to say. Just one 12' long 2x4 in a 5 gal bucket of cement should be rock steady, but hang a banner big enough to catch the wind between the tops of two like that and the whole thing could tip over fairly easily depending on the wind and the size of the banner.
- Q:Why is a cement mixer round?
- Not necessarily, why do you think a washing machine's washing basket/tub is round? When you get a load that is not centered properly, the washing machine will start to bang against itself, eventually doing damage to itself. It is the same idea with the cement mixer, except you have tons of material to be working with. How you like to be the one to answer to your boss saying that the spinning action of the mixer is broken and we can't get all the cement out before it hardens? That's why circular shapes gives us nice smooth tangents, yet it still mixes our cement.
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