cement fondu

calcium aluminate cement, aluminous cement, (Brit.) high-alumina cement

The product obtained by pulverizing clinker, consisting essentially of hydraulic calcium aluminates resulting from fusing or sintering a suitably proportioned mixture of aluminous and calcareous materials.
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subsidiary in 1925 failed, when Lafarge chair Jean de Waubert could not conclude an agreement with Atlas Cement Company to produce "cement fondu" (a quick-hardening variety) because of a long quarrel over patents.