Blaine fineness

Blaine fineness

The fineness of a powdered material, such as cement, as determined by the Blaine apparatus; usually expressed as a surface area in square centimeters per gram.
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Average Blaine fineness of modern cement ranges from 3,000 to 5,000 cm2/g (300 to 500 m2/kg).
According to the company, the complex houses vertical roller mills that enables it to attain a maximum level of disintegration, grinding down to 4500-6000 Blaine fineness and ensuring cement strength and hardening rate.
A decline in the hydration level and compressive strength could be expected in concretes produced using cements with a Blaine fineness (Blaine surface area) below the standards.