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(1)Grade:  portland cement42.5(china standard GB175-2007)

(2)Packing : 50kg PP Bag,then into 1MT,1.5MT,2MT sling bagj

                   1mt,2mt jumbo bag

(3)Quantity: 100,000mt per month

(4)Loading port: rizhao /qingdao/longkou, china

(5)Payment: by irrevocable Letter of Credit at sight or TT

(6)Shipment: within 30 days after the date of L/C .

(7)Inspection: by CIQ

Cement Specifications: Type 1 425

Chemical composition





Silicon dioxide %SiO2

20.5 – 21.5


Insotuble Residue %I.R

0.30 – 0.50


Aluminium Oxide %AL2O3

4.2 – 5.6


Free Lime %Free CaO

0.80 – 1.70


Ferric Oxide %Fe2O

3.00 – 3.60


Lime Saturation Factor LSF

93.0 – 95.0


Calcium Oxide %CaO

64.0 – 66.50


Silica Module SLM

2.30 – 2.50


Mangnesium Oxide %MgO

1.0 – 2.7


Alomina Moddule ALM

1.1 – 1.3


Sulphur Trioxide %SO3

1.5 – 2.3


Tricalcium Silicate %C3S

56.0 – 62.0


Potassium Oxide %K2O

0.60 – 0.75


Dicalcium Silicate %C2S

14.0 – 18.0


Sodium Oxide %Na2O

0.45 – 0.65


Tricalcium Aluminate %C3A

8.05 – 8.50


Loss On Ignition %L.O.I

0.90 – 1.60


Tetracalicium Aluminoferri %C4AF

9.0 – 11.0


Physical Test




Blaine Test


3200 -3400


Autoclave Expansion


0.09 - 0.20


Setting Time:



105 - 160




135 - 300


Compressive Strength:

After 3 Days


230 - 260


After 28 Days


420 - 440



LSF = 100 CaO/(2.80 SiO2 + 0.65Fe2O3 + 1.18Al2O3)

C3S = 4.07 CaO - (7.6 SiO2 + 6.718 Al2O3+ 1.43 Fe2O3 + 2.852SO3)

C2S = 2.867SiO2 - 0.754C3S

C3A=2.65 Al2O3 - 1.692 Fe2O3

C4AF = 3.043 Fe2O3

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