Integral Cement

CEM I, Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC)

Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC)- CEM1 is general-purpose cement complying with SS EN 197-1, BS 12, SS 26, and ASTM C150 Type I and suitable for all general construction projects such as buildings, foundations, beams, slabs, bridges, pavements, and pre-cast concrete products.

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CEM II/A-S, Portland Blastfurnace Cement (PBFC) P197A

Portland Blastfurnace Cement (PBFC) is a homogeneous blend of Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) and Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag (GGBS/GGBFS), complying with SS EN 197-1, BS 146 and SS 477, and suitable for use when moderate sulfate resistance or moderate heat of hydration is desired.

Product Typical GGBS Content Specification
P197A 15-20% Portland-Slag Cement
CEM II/A-S 42.5N

Key Benefits of using P197A:

  • Low CO2 Emission
  • Higher Fineness
  • Lower Chromate Content
  • Better Setting Time

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CEM II/B-S, Portland Blastfurnace Cement (PBFC) P197B

Portland Blastfurnace Cement (PBFC) is a homogeneous blend of Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) and Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag (GGBS/GGBFS), complying with SS EN 197-1, BS 146 and SS 477, and suitable for use when moderate sulfate resistance or moderate heat of hydration is desired.

Product Typical GGBS Content Specification
P197B 25-35% Portland-Slag Cement
CEM II/B-S 42.5N

Key Benefits of using P197B:

  • Low CO2 Emission
  • Higher Fineness
  • Lower Chromate Content
  • Better Setting Time

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CEM III/A, High Slag Blastfurnace Cement (HSBFC) P4246

High Slag Blastfurnace Cement (HSBFC), our high performance specialty cement, is a homogeneous blend of Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) and Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag (GGBS/GGBFS) complying with SS EN 197-4, BS 4246, SS 476, DIN 1164, JIS R5211, and ASTM C595. Its use is well established in the construction industry in producing durable concrete. HSBFC is designed to ensure consistent slag content and to enhance concrete performance.

Product Typical GGBS Content Recommended replacement level of GGBS in HSPBFC Concrete (%)
P4246 60-65% Sulphate/Chloride Resistance
≥ 65
Low Heat of Hydration
60-75
ASR Resistance
50-70

Key Benefits of using P4246:

  • Reduce thermal cracking
  • Resistance to sulphate attack
  • Resistance to chloride attack
  • Resistance to alkali-silica reaction
  • Long term strength development
  • Low carbon emission

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CEM III/B, High Slag Blastfurnace Cement (HSBFC) P4246S

High Slag Blastfurnace Cement (HSBFC), our high performance specialty cement, is a homogeneous blend of Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) and Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag (GGBS/GGBFS) complying with SS EN 197-4, BS 4246, SS 476, DIN 1164, JIS R5211, and ASTM C595. Its use is well established in the construction industry in producing durable concrete. HSBFC is designed to ensure consistent slag content and to enhance concrete performance.

Product Typical GGBS Content Recommended replacement level of GGBS in HSPBFC Concrete (%)
P4246S 70-75% Sulphate/Chloride Resistance
≥ 65
Low Heat of Hydration
60-75
ASR Resistance
50-70

Key Benefits of using P4246S:

  • Reduce thermal cracking
  • Resistance to sulphate attack
  • Resistance to chloride attack
  • Resistance to alkali-silica reaction
  • Long term strength development
  • Low carbon emission

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CEM III/C, High Slag Blastfurnace Cement (HSBFC) P197-4S

High Slag Blastfurnace Cement (HSBFC), our high performance specialty cement, is a homogeneous blend of Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) and Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag (GGBS/GGBFS) complying with SS EN 197-4, BS 4246, SS 476, DIN 1164, JIS R5211, and ASTM C595. Its use is well established in the construction industry in producing durable concrete. HSBFC is designed to ensure consistent slag content and to enhance concrete performance.

Physical Properties P197-4S (Reference) SS EN 197-4: 2008 (32.5L)
GGBS Content % 83 81 ~ 95
Consistency % 31
Penetration – mm 5 4 ~ 8
Initial setting time (m) 180 > 75
Final setting time (h:m) 3:50
Fineness – m2/kg 420
Compressive
~Strength (MPa)
2-day 14
7-day 28 > 12.0
28-day 40 32.5 < σ < 52.5

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Benefits of using HSBFC

  • Reduce the risk of early-age thermal cracking especially in mass concreting;
  • Improve the resistance to sulfate and chloride attacks of concrete, especially for marine structures. According to SS EN 197-1, if GGBS/GBBFS replacement is 66% or higher, regardless C3A content in clinker, the blended cement is classified as sulfate resisting cement ;
  • Eliminate the risk of damage caused by Alkali-silica Reaction (ASR) in concrete;
  • Improve long-term strength development of concrete.

HSBFC possesses other features such as good workability, prolonged slump retention, higher ultimate compressive strength and higher flexural strength. The more aesthetically pleasing appearance of lighter colour in HSBFC concrete can soften the visual impact of large structures.

Typical uses of HSBFC

With the superior characteristics over OPC and conventional Sulfate-resisting cement (SRC), HSBFC is highly recommended for use in the following areas:

  • Marine structures
  • Basement or sub-structure works
  • Dams, reservoirs and hydro-electric projects
  • Sewerage treatment plant
  • Foundation such as piles in soils containing sulfates/chlorides
  • Underground pre-cast/in-situ-placing concrete structures such as tunnels
  • Large concrete members such as transfer beams
  • Pre-cast sewerage pipes
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