cement factor

cement content, cement factor

The quantity of cement contained in a unit volume of concrete or mortar, preferably expressed as weight, but frequently given as bags of cement per cubic yard of concrete, e.g., a 6 ½-bag mix.
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The cement factor group is in the habit to violate the country laws while hiking the prices of the cement bags I the country which is main products used in the housing sector.
KARACHI -- Two persons, including a woman, were killed and one other injured in a road accident near Karachi's Hub Chowki on Saturday.According to rescue sources, a fast-moving truck hit a car near DJ cement factor in Hub Chowki.
Combined with robust compaction technology, the blending element enables producers to lower the cement factor in finished hollow core plank by up to 23 percent.
Still he added the local dispatches growth in North was double than South because the Iranian cement factor has not impacted Northern region as much as the Southern region.
Jatoi's father, Sikandar Ali Jatoi owns a cement factor in Hyderabad and also owns Awaz TV channel.
The Marakisha tribe released the five captives they had been holding for over a week, including three Red Cross workers and two Egyptian engineers who had been working in a cement factor in Abyan.
Other users on the social networking site claimed the bang had been caused by an explosion at a Midlands ammo dump or a cement factor y.
Two dozen Chinese cement factor workers were kidnapped this month and released a day later in an incident Chinese officials said was isolated and would not impact their work in Sinai.
The cement factor is 17 percent below that of a mix design for a standard 4,000 psi compressive strength target concrete.
Caption: Ninety percent of the concrete Miami's Supermix supplied for the 57-story SLS Lux tower was designed with 40 or 50 percent slag cement factor.
As an alternative to burnt units, DuraBric comprises a mixture of earth with 5 to 8 percent cement factor, and cures naturally in the sun after demolding.
The use of synthetic fiber reinforcement, higher cement factors, and admixtures has brought about an evolution of thinner UTW sections over asphalt.