Portland Blast-Furnace Slag Cement

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Portland Blast-Furnace Slag Cement

 

a cement produced by grinding portland cement clinker together with pellets of blast-furnace slag (30–60 percent of the total weight) and a small amount of gypsum. It differs from ordinary portland cement by a slower increase in strength in the initial hardening period and an increased water resistance. It is used mainly for man ufacturing precast reinforced-concrete structures and items prepared with steam curing as well as for laying concrete in hydraulic engineering installations.

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