Vietnam Handmade Cement Tile
Water Absorption: <= 7%
Weight: 1200gr +/- 50gr
Elasticity: 1.200N min
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
Technical Specifications and Technological Parameters
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.
Our capacity: 5,000m2 per month equally to 8 containers 20ft per month.
- Q:Looking for ideas on pouring a cement bartop?
- This is one of the trickiest concrete pours (actually placement is the correct term). The long expanse and comfortable overhang makes it so. That being said you need to use some 1/4 steel plates directly on top of the bar to support the weight of the overhang. Can the bar itself support the weight of the cement in the first place? Make sure that the concrete totally covers the steel plate and edge. Use melamine for the forms and screws. Support the melamine form with 1x 3's from the underside of the forms to the floor. Find a friend, family member or friend of a friend who is familiar with concrete placement. Rent a mixer to aid in mixing the cement and use a clean rust free rebar. Assuming you're going to use a concrete stain once the cement cures chose a light colored stain to show of the concrete's texture. Buy some brass square stock approx 1/4x 1/4x 12 and layout them out to form a several rows to act as a draining grid for your bar ware and embed them in your concrete after its floated. Buy small frosted glass votive candle holders and embed them upside down randomly so that you can install an fluorescent light under the bar top and allow light to shine through the randomly placed votive candle glasses. Finally get a back issue of Fine Homebuilding magazine, their september 1999, No. 125 issue has an informative article on Poured-In-Place Concrete Countertops
- Q:Poll: Rubber cement or School glue?
- School glue. I hate the way rubber cement smells, but I have to use it often for art projects or when I'm working on the set for my school play.
- Q:Your thoughts on Quikwall surface bonding cement.?
- Hello Monika, Surface bonding cement can be a good construction technique. I like the ability to adjust the blocks until the bond beam or the stucco is applied. For me this has always been easier than setting each block in a mortar bed. Quikwall is the most prominent product of the surface bonding cements but I don't believe it is the best. I have had customers across the country report mixed results with it. Sometimes it has been outdated bags other times it looks like the product has been leaned out as much as possible for value engineering. Lately I have been suggesting to people to use any premium product other than Quikwall. There are several brands across the country. Mixing any SBC correctly is very important. If you can use a small mortar mixer it will work better than hand mixing. Another option for fencing that I have seen is to do the dry stack block and then fill several of the cores like a regular block wall. With this approach people often save money by using fibered stucco over the blocks because they don't need all of the structural fibers or waterproofing additives in the SBC mix..
- Q:NEW exercise: Let the body hit the cement WALL!?
- There are disadvantages and advantages of that the disadvantage is that your body might be awchy the advantage is that it will get hard
- Q:cement mixture problem?
- m+c=10 .20m+.89c=4.76 6 tons of 89% cement mixture 4 tons of 20% cement mixture
- Q:what is cement ? this for a scince project we have to do this.?
- Cement is composed of five types of minerals such as limestone, shale, silica, pyrite and gypsum. Limestone were grounded from the impact crusher (mostly 1 cubic meter size) to as big as half the coconut shell, then it is will again passed through a jaw crusher from this size, it will be like 3/4. After this the lime stone will pass through the ball mill(a rotating drum consist of different sizes of ball metals) with other ingredients. The product will be like a face powder. (For Semi-dry process) This face powder like shall go through a tilted rotating pan, where a tricle of water will make a sphere size as size as a marble. This sphere size mixture shall pass through the calcining stage(this is removing the moisture in it). After the calcining stage, it will pass through a rotating kiln at a temperature of about 2,700 degrees celcius. This temperature is enough to burn and turn red your mixture(similar to volcanic lava). The product of these is like charcoal and what you call clinker. It will pass through the last process to make it cement. Another ball mill(mostly this is called the finished mill) and with the same texture(face powder like) and mixed this with gypsum then you got portland cement. Now are you ready to turn the soil into like a volcanic lava?
- Q:what weighs more? cement or sand?
- depends on the type of sand and the type of cement, along with the moisture content of both. Also are you talking about cement that has been poured and cured or not?
- Q:How many 80 lbs bags of cement to do a 12 ft by 8 inch wall?
- You're missing a dimension... 8 ft. thick by 12 ft. long by (?) ft. tall? Volume requires 3 dimensions. Edit: Based on your inability to comprehend the basic spatial nature of our universe, I recommend that you never work with concrete... You'll probably hurt yourself.
- Q:What are the consequences of using cement./concrete?
- social: Not always the most attractive looking material. Some concretes and cements create a gloomy and depressing atmosphere. Environmental: Concrete and cement release green house gases. Concrete/cement footpaths over up natural soils and leave less room for trees to be planted and less natural earth for insects to live in. Economic: Expensive to remove and dump. In some cases, some cement foundations are so deep they are impossible to remove, meaning the land they're on cannot be used for much else, decreasing the land resources in the economy
- Q:if a ball was dropped on cement and an identical ball was dropped on stretchy rubber, which scenario would result in the most force?
- impulse = change in momentum F delta(t) = m delta(v) dropped on cement the ball would essentially lose all its momentum and the time (t) would be very short so F would be high dropped on rubber assuming a good bounce back the change in momentum would be greater because the result would be going back up at some v so impulse is greater but time would also be longer and we would have to know the time it took to bounce on the rubber and the time it took to stop on the cement to make a comparison of forces generally speaking we might reasonably expect the rubber landing to involve less force because we can imagine the difference between jumping from a height onto concrete versus jumping onto a trampoline I would anticipate that the time of contact on the trampoline would be many, many times greater than the time it would take to stop when hitting the concrete. If someone gives you a good response, please consider giving a best answer. This is the only reward we get.
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