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CEM I 52.5N

CEM I 52.5N
CEM I 52.5N
Composition

CEM I 52.5N Portland Cement is a hydraulic binder according to SANS 50197.

The main component is Portland cement clinker, finely ground together with calcium sulphate, which controls the setting time for CEM I 52.5N.

Stringent production control during the entire production process ensures consistent high quality.

Specification

CEM I 52.5N Portland Cement is a rapid hardening cement for early strength or higher strength class. The cement is designed to meet a strength class 52.5 N.

Application

CEM I 52.5N Portland Cement can be used in applications where a higher early strength class is required. It can be used in ready-mix concrete, precast concrete or production of concrete goods.

Typical applications are concrete, masonry production and shotcrete.

  • Higher earlier strength in counteracting the effects of cold weather conditions
  • Gives higher early strength for a given cement content
  • Earlier pre-stressing for pre-stressed concrete
  • Earlier stripping time for moulds and formwork

CEM I 52.5N is compatible with commercial chemical admixtures.

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