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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The European player will build a calcium aluminate cement production plant in the district soon.
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.
Calcium aluminate cement is in castable refractories.
Calcium aluminate cements have been widely considered the best corrosion-resistant repair mortar available.
That is more than 80 percent less than what pure fused calcium aluminate cements experience.
The temperature variations during the bonding and hardening of the concrete were estimated according to the methodology (Calcium aluminate cements 1999) developed by the company "Alcoa".
The replacement series of cement SRMs reflects newer cement types now being used; ordinary and blended portland cement products from around the world were selected, including blends with limestone, slag, and fly ash, low Fe white cement, and two calcium aluminate cements.
Calcium Aluminate Cements, Lea's Chemistry of Cement and Concrete.