The company plans to invest $50 million for a cement manufacturing facility that will produce 2,200 tpd of ecological cement (ecocem] made from granulated blast-furnace slag
In line with Balfour Beatty s commitment to sustainability, the team used concrete with a 40% cement replacement from ground granulated blast-furnace slag
(GBBS) and used recycled water in its production process.
has developed technology for terminal operators seeking to expedite batching and loading of portland cement, fly ash and ground granulated blast-furnace slag
The content of blast-furnace slag
in this cement is 70%, and that of Portland cement is 30%.
Ground-granulated blast-furnace slag
, known as GGBS or 'fly ash,' a by-product of iron and steel making, replaces up to 70% of conventional cement in the concrete mixing process.
The company's current range of products include 'Classic' - the ordinary Portland cement, 'Flexi' - the Portland limestone cement, and GGBS - ground granulated blast-furnace slag
The motif of transformation was most clearly epitomized by a group of sculptures made of blast-furnace slag
, two totemic ceramic sculptures crowned by actual vegetables, and a homemade tornado created using a fog machine and a vacuum cleaner.
Fourteen staff are employed at the modern high-tech plant, which manufactures ground, granulated blast-furnace slag
(GGBS) for use as a constituent of concrete.
The plant was successfully commissioned using about 1,000 tons of lead blast-furnace slag
Ecomat, which holds patents on compounding with a variety of odd mineral fillers - including foundry sand, blast-furnace slag
from steel making, and red mud from aluminum manufacture - plans to build eight compounding plants around the country.
In The Ussr Glass-Ceramics Are Made In This Way, Using Blast-Furnace Slag
As The Chief Constituent.
Take blast-furnace slag
left over from steelmaking.