high-temperature cement

high-temperature cement

[′hī ‚tem·prə·chər si′ment]
(materials)
A cement that resists fusing, softening, or spalling at elevated temperatures; used to bond refractory materials.
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Our efforts to help modernize key areas of India are beginning to take shape as we are also in various stages of contract renewals and contract tendering, with bids out for the construction of roads, highways, bridges, overpasses, as well as civil engineering and construction of high-temperature cement and steel plants.
We are in various stages of contract renewals and contract tendering, with bids out for the construction of roads, highways, bridges, overpasses, as well as civil engineering and construction of high-temperature cement and steel plants.

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