aluminate cement

aluminate cement

[ə′lüm·ə‚nāt si′ment]
(materials)
Cement made with bauxite, with high percentage of alumina; sets to a high strength in 24 hours and is used for constructing bank walls and laying roads. Also known as aluminous cement; high-alumina cement; high-speed cement.
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Biocompatibility of new calcium aluminate cement (EndoBinder).
On the basis of existing research, this paper made a comparative analysis on the effect of MSWI fly ash immobilized with different types of cementitious materials, such as Portland cement, phosphate cement, aluminate cement, and alkaline activated cement, and then further explored the influence factors and immobilization mechanism through the interactions between cement hydration products and heavy metals.
Particularly, corrosion of steel-reinforced concrete made of calcium aluminate cement (CAC) has been reported in Europe [1, 2].
The European player will build a calcium aluminate cement production plant in the district soon.
(25) This rate only begins to increase with the hydration of CaO, which occurs in the anhydrous composition of calcium aluminate cement, as a result of how the cement is obtained, i.e., from the calcination of aluminum ([Al.sub.2][O.sub.3]) and calcium carbonate (CaC[O.sub.3]).
A leading Turkish manufacturer of cement and ready-mixed concrete products, Cimsa produces special products such as white cement and calcium aluminate cement, as well as gray cement.
a world leader in the manufacturing of calcium aluminate cement, there's evidence of change that is, well, concrete.
Calcium aluminate cement is in castable refractories.
Calcium aluminate cement (CAC) exhibits excellent performance as a repair material, having higher early strength and a greater resistance against sulfate and abrasion than those of Portland cement [1-3].
Davraz [23] used boron-modified active belite cement, calcium aluminate cement, and Portland cement as binder materials in mortar mixtures.
K., Seong-Ho C., Effects of litium fluoride and maleic acid on bioactivity of calcium aluminate cement: Formation of hydroxyapatite in simulated body fluid, J Biomed Mater Res, 67A-104-111 (2003).
Before commencing work Graham proposed relining the manholes using an application of fiber-reinforced portland and calcium aluminate cement mortar instead of replacing the manhole.