It has very good workability and plasticity parameters of fresh concrete mix and low water demand. It can be used for most of the construction works, both for the production of normal concrete but also for the preparation of mortars and plasters.
It is characterized by high resistance to sulphates and humic acids by what is used in chemically aggressive environment, which is usually in the foundation works. Due to the low heat of hydration should, it not be used at low temperatures (below 5 C).
It is characterized by high initial strength and rapid bond. Because of these characteristics - it is used for the production of precast. Besides, it is used for the production of SCC and cellular concrete as well as in civil engineering. Its high heat of hydration allows it to be used even at low temperatures.
The main use of the CEM I 42,5 R Portland Cement is in communication construction, in particular for the construction of road and bridge engineering objects, road surfaces of concrete, parking and manoeuvring squares and precast concrete, reinforced concrete and prestressed concrete used in the construction of roads and bridges.
Cement applicable mainly in the performance of massive structures, foundations, precast concrete and concrete paving, SCC self-compacting concrete, soil stabilization and mortars production.
Slab Portland cement is distinguished by its 32.5 strength class with very high initial resistance (R). It is mainly used in communication engineering primarily to perform bridge constructions, precast concrete and reinforced concrete elements, self-compacting concrete, paving, soil stabilization and mortars production.
Multicomponent Portland cement is characterized by moderate heat of hydration and moderate rise dynamics of early compression resistance. Mortars and plasters show very good adhesion to the substrate, which allows to minimize the use of hydrated lime.
It is characterized by a prolonged setting time and low heat of hydration, which virtually eliminates shrinkage cracks. Blast-furnace cement is characterized by an increased resistance to chemical attack which results from the sealing properties of the slag additive.