Vietnam Encaustic Cement Tile
1. Shock resistance 30 times minimum
2. Water Absorption <= 7%
3. Abrasion +0.45 gr/Cm2
This is encaustic cement tile, a produce of HANDMADE process created by Skillful Artisant from Vietnam, a country has 100s of Year in making encaustic cement tiles, this production in Vietnam is among the best quality in the world. Inheritating long tradition of making encaustic cement tile together with bring new modern technique to production, our Cement tiles have been produced and controlled under the best conditions to guarantee stable quality for all production batches. Basic material are marble powder and pigment, environmental friendly.
All patterns and Colors can be customized
Available sizes from 50x50mm to 400x400mm which thickness ranging from 12mm till 25mm
Length 200mm +/-0.5mm
Width 200mm +/-0.5mm
Height 15mm +/-1.0mm
Top Layer 3mm +/-0.1mm
Weight 1200 gr +/- 50gr
Elasticity 1.200 Newton minimum
Shock resistance 30 times minimum
Water Absorption <= 7%
Abrasion +0.45 gr/Cm2
This is ideal material from indoor using or interior which is suitable for restoration of old building or for luxurious building such as hotels, restaurants, cafe or even for boutique or cottage house.
- Q:how does cement contribute to greenhouse gases ?
- Because cement is derived from limestone. The limestone is quarried certain blocks of this limestone are heated in a lime kiln. The limestone (Calcium carbonate) is reduced to Quick Lime (Calcium Oxide) as a result of the heating of the rock in a kiln driving CO2 off in the process. However, when the cement is mixed with sand to make cement, the addition of water opens up the chemistry to change the calcium oxide to calcium hydroxide. Further than that, the calcium hydroxide, tries to re-incorporate the driven out CO2 back. At the time of hardening, the cement is a different chemical to what it had been at the time the cement was being mixed.
- Q:What is the use of using oxygen in cement industry?
- The ingrediants for the cement need to be heated to a very high temperature to make Portland cement. Usually methane with air is the heat source, but oxygen replacing some of the air is sometimes needed to reach the optimum temperature. Possibly a superior cement is produced if it has negligible nitrogen, argon and carbon dioxide, so oxygen is used instead of air which contains nitrogen, argon and carbon dioxide as well as oxygen.
- Q:what r the raw materials used to make cement?
- Lime, sand and water.
- Q:what is the volume of 1 bag of cement?
- First off, How big is your bag of cement? And are you buying pure cement, that you mix with sand and gravel, or are you getting post mix? @ the hardware store, you will find a variety of types, grades, brands and sizes of bags, of cement. If you read the bag, it will tell you exactly how much that bag will make, with varying degree's of additives. (water, sand, gravel, etc)
- Q:Is rubber cement good for collages?
- How To Use Rubber Cement
- Q:will i get crutches from er if i hit my knee on the cement sidewalk or step what should i expect?
- It's unlikely to get crutches by slamming your knee into a cement step. As your kneecap is quite hard to break, that injury would most likely cause bruising and laceration. All the ER would do is to disinfect the wound (if it was open), bandage it up, perhaps give you painkillers. If you want crutches, the best way to do it is to fake it - go somewhere out of sight, and decide you twisted your ankle badly.
- Q:How can I keep cement from cracking while it dries?
- The cement cracking you are describing is probably coming from it setting too quickly. You can think of the idea with the analogy of stretching an object. If I take my time, I can stretch an object without breaking it to achieve the desired length. On the other hand if I suddenly pulled that object to get the same length I would tear it. Concrete must be well hydrated to set, and it must have sufficient time to cure! If after mixing the cement, you lay it on a hot, dry object you are taking the water out of the mix, causing it to lose hydrating ability and time to cure! Wet the surface on which you want to place the concrete or cement, then lay burlap or some type of covering to slow the process down. Wet the burlap, but do not spray the cement directly!
- Q:Can my cat carry asbestos if she goes on my cement bonded asbestos roof?
- I guess the question would be, are asbestos fibers coming off the roof? In that case they are floating around in the air and dangerous for everyone, cats or not. Asbestos is only dangerous if fibers are floating in the air and you breath them. I don't know anything about cement bonded asbestos but if the cement bonds it together then I guess it's safe. Maybe someone else knows more...
- Q:how many bags of cement will i need for a12x12 patio?
- With all due respect NO grout at this point will hold up, and very likely answer number one has that notion? The issue is that Unless the pavers/slabs happen to be on an already solid surface, IE: a poured concrete base,,,they are subject to FLEX. I install and remediate thousands of sq. ft. of tile, very often those in a similar situation to what you describe, with grout constantly cracking, crumbling, and chipping out. Even the dry mix will at some point get WET, and set up, as though you mixed and poured it, but it won't remain solid in the paver joints forever. The better solution might be to remove the pavers, pour a slab and reset them. Steven Wolf
- Q:which of these rocks are commonly used in the production of cement?
- Limestone is used in Portland cement. Powdered clay is mixed with powdered limestone and heated in a revolving kiln. This produces cement which is then combined with water, crushed rock and sand before pouring.
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