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Accelerators

Calcium Chloride 94-97% - Mini Prills

Calcium Chloride 94-97% - Mini Prills is anhydrous pellet form of Calcium Chloride (CaCl2). It is the most widely used and most effective of all cement accelerators. Normally 1 to 3% calcium chloride based on the cement is used. In general calcium chloride is added to cement slurries to shorten…

Calcium Chloride 94-97% - Mini Prills

Industrial Moulding Plaster

Industrial Moulding Plaster is most widely used as a material to prepare thixotropic cement slurries. Depending upon the cement, the optimum concentration of Industrial Moulding Plaster varies from 8% to 12% BWOC. Industrial Moulding Plaster can also be used to develop freeze…

Industrial Moulding Plaster

OGC-60

OGC-60 is used to shorten the set time and improve expansion of portland cements. It is widely used in the preparation of thixotropic cements where high early strength cement is required, especially where gas migration is a problem. Thixotropic cements are used widely in shallow…

Processed Lime

Processed Lime is Calcium Oxide (CaO) sometimes referred to as quicklime or hotlime. The presence of calcium in cement is a well-known cement accelerator. The combination of the calcium present in Processed Lime and its reactivity characteristics when mixed with water produces a very…

Processed Lime

Sodium Sulphate

Sodium Sulphate (Anhydrous Na2SO4) is commonly referred to as salt cake. Sodium Sulphate reacts with cement hydration products such as calcium hydroxide to form calcium sulphate. The calcium sulphate reacts with aluminates having an expansive effect on cement. Improved cement bonding is one…

Sodium Sulphate