I. CEMENT STANDARD
1.Vietnam standard (TCVN)
- Quality of Cement as per TCVN 6260 - 2009
2.European standard (EN)
- Certificate I -EN 197-1.2000- CEM II 42,5 R
- Certificate II - En 197-1.2000 CEM II 42,5N
- Certificate III - EN 197-1.2000 CEM I 42,5R
3.American standard (ASTM)
- ASTM C150 TYPE-1
- ASTM C1157 TYPE- GU
- ASTM C1157 TYPE- HE
II. SPECIFICATIONS FOR ORIDINARY PORTLAND CEMENT AS PER EN 197-1:2000/CEM II 42.5
Loss on Ignition, (LOI)
Physical and Mechanical Properties
- Retained content on sieve 75mm
Time of setting
- Initial set
- Final set
- Q:How do you fill a tire with cement?
- Try to screw a piece of plywood to the bottom of the tire ( the tire needs to be laying flat on the ground) and then pour the cement into the tire with the pole in it. You will need to recruit someone to help you hold the pole. Hope this helps, and good luck
- Q:Cement truck or quikrete?
- Wasn't going to chime in on this one. But after reading what people said I figured giving you my experience would possibly be helpful. I had a large pad to pour. Not as big as yours but way bigger than I wanted to do by lifting bags of concrete into a mixer. I had that option and two other options. One you mention is to have a cement truck deliver it and pour it. Provided it can get close enough to do the pour OR you will have to run a wheelbarrow brigade back and forth from the truck to the pour site. A third option (and the one I went with) was to buy concrete ready mixed in one of those portable mixers. I bought 2 1/2 yards of concrete and towed the trailer home. It cost less than buying all those bags of concrete - so that made for an easy decision. Plus not having to hoist all those 80 pound bags into the mixer. The BIG truck would have cost about the same for the concrete BUT I would have had to pay a delivery charge. So I went with the trailer mixer and was able to pour out one wheelbarrow at a time and get the job done. All without having to do all that lifting or paying for delivery charges. Consider that. Hope this helps. 'av'a g'day mate. )
- Q:exterior basement window needs covered, should I use molding or quickset cement?
- It's best not to use any type of wood around basement windows. Cement bricks work well for in-filling around windows. Ridgid foam along with spray foam also work well to infill gaps around window prior to being covered with cement mortar. Pressure treated wood is an option. I personally don't like to use it on a clients home. Because it will eventually rot (usually along the bottom) due to it's close proximity to the ground and mositure within the existing wall. Use a cement mortar around the the window.
- Q:is masonry cement heat proof?
- No you need a lime mortar. Thinking about it, years ago we used to brick up kilns for firing and used a mixture that resembled liquid chocolate. When the firing took place this would then turn solid. What it was called I couldn't say, but if you have a brickworks near by they'd be able to help.
- Q:New building materials should include wall and clothing diatom mud bar It is understood that the shellfish wall clothing environmental health fashion how to see
- Is there a receipt? , Mistakes ah, for other calls to him and then open the recording as evidence. Do not give him. Do not get angry. Not a big deal.
- Q:How long does plastic roofing cement take to dry?
- It's supposed to stay liquid/flexible and self sealing. It;s not designed for large gaps the way you used it. If you're stuck for a patch, try a few layers of aluminum foil coated and fixed in place with that cement to close the gap. Not as good as replacing the flashing, but better than what you've got.
- Q:How do i colour cement between tiles?
- There is a product which colors and seals at the same time. Sold in pint bottles. I used a q-tip to carefully paint it on only between the tiles. (remember this will seal it too...so take your time and put care into the application). Go to either Home Depot or Lowes. Look in tile department. It says it is to color grout. But, grout and the white cement (really called either thin set or mastic) is the basically same stuff and will color the same way.
- Q:wat is elmer's rubber cement?
- It's a really strong glue. It dries clear. If you want the cement to dry invisibly, coat the layer smoothly. It also has a strong smell.
- Q:what is the ratio for the cement to install cement block; sand, cement . and mortor creme?
- for mortar mix it is 4 shovels of sand to one shovel of portland cement. Mix to your pefered consistity.
- Q:can you make paint from cement mix?
- Yeah that's a nice way to patch the cracks and it will work definitely.
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