Semi Finished Products

Portland Cement Clinker

Our clinker is suitable for producing EN197-1 CEM I 42.5-R type cement. There are 40,000 tonnes in stock at any given time as the clinker oven works 24 hours round the clock.

Chemical Analysis Results (%)
Silicon Oxide, % SiO2 21,29
Aluminium Oxide, % Al2O3 5,35
Iron Oxide, % Fe2O3 3,81
Calcium Oxide, % CaO 66,24
Magnesium Oxide, % MgO 1,45
Sulphur Oxide, % SO3 0,74
Sodium Oxide, % Na2O 0,37
Loss on Ignition % ( L.O.I) 0,58
Free lime 2,04
Hydraulic Ratio (HR) 2,17
Silicate Ratio (SR) 2,32
Acuminate Ratio (AR) 1,4
Lime Saturation Factor (LSF) 98,82



 

Physical analysis Results
Density (g/L) 1270
Specific Surface Area Blaine (cm2/g) 3285
2 days – Compressive Strength (N/mm2) 25,4
7 days – Compressive Strength (N/mm2) 40,3
28 days – Compressive Strength (N/mm2)  

 


Special Type Clinker

As a manufacturer, we are able to offer a special type of clinker based on customer's requirements. For example, we can add gypsum as an additive to prevent the flash settings of cement. This is also very effective to facilitate the grinding of clinker by preventing agglomeration and coating of the powder at the surface of balls and mill wall.

We can also combine clinker with other active ingredients or chemical admixtures to produce:

  • Ground granulated blast furnace slag cement
  • Pozzolana cement
  • Silica fume cement

FLY ASH

Fly ash is a fine powder recovered from coal-fires electric generation power plants. Fly ash could be an expensive replacement for Portland cement in concrete and using it, improves strength, segregation and ease of pumping concrete.

 
SAMPLE POINT 2.UNIT
1.SILO
2.UNIT
1.SILO
Standard TS EN 450-1 
LIMITS
DATE  
TIME 09:00 14:00
Lab no. UK-491
Chemical Analysis UNIT    
Moisture % 0.12      
Loss on Ignition % 3.20 3.15 TS EN 196-2 "KAT.A:< 5,0 
KAT.B:2,0-7,0 
KAT.C:4,0-9,0"
Free CaO % 0.01   TS EN 451-1 < 2,5
Reactive CaO % 0.18   TS EN 196-2 < 10,0
Cl % 0.01   TS EN 196-2 < 0,10
SO3 % 0.43   TS EN 196-2 < 3,0
SiO2 % 88.8   TS EN 196-2 > 70,0
Al2O3 % 88.8      
Fe2O3 % 88.8      
Reactive SiO2 % 37.19   TS EN 197-1 > 25
(Na2O ) (Alcalies) % 3.19   TS EN 196-2 < 5
MgO % 1.76   TS EN 196-2 < 4
P2O5 (soluble) mg/kg 15.55   TS EN 450-1 EkC < 100
 

 

Produces various set times.
Cold weather resistance.
Depending on its use fly ash could produce higher strength gains.
Can be used as an admixture.
It can substitute Portland cement.
It is considered as a non-shrink material.
Produces denser concrete and a smoother surface with sharper detail.
Great workability.
Reduces crack problems.
Reduce permeability.
Reduce bleeding.
Reduced heat of hydration.
Produces lower water/cement ratio for similar slumps when compared to no fly ash mixes.
Reduces CO2 emissions.