masonry cement


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masonry cement

n.
Cement used in the mortar of block and brick masonry.
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Masonry cement shipments totaled 150,000 metric tons in December 2018, down by 7.3% from those in December 2017.
In another letter sent to Capital Development Authority (CDA), National Highway Authority (NHA), Frontier Works Organization (FWO), National Logistic Cell (NLC) and others, the ministry has informed that conformity of PSQCA standards is required for ordinary portland cement, white cement, masonry cement, steel bars, PVC insulated cables etc.
Covers the performance and specification considerations related to different types of mortar used for masonry construction, including portland/lime mixes, mortar cement and masonry cement.
Once the clinker is cooled, it is ground into a super-fine powder and mixed with either gypsum to produce Portland cement or lime to produce masonry cement.
Founded in 1926, Loma Negra is the cement company in Argentina, producing and distributing cement, masonry cement, aggregates, concrete and lime, products primarily used in construction, which is expected by the company to be one of the fastest growing sectors of the Argentine economy in the coming years.
With this, Holcim Philippines may use the Green Choice logo on the packaging of its general purpose cement Holcim Excel and its masonry cement Holcim WallRight, which are manufactured in all the company's plants nationwide.
In order to cater to the growing industrial need, which is a resultant of robust urbanization, construction and industrial expansion, CR&DI has initiated the testing as per latest standards regarding common cements PS:5313-2014 & masonry cement PS:5314-2014.
These latest standards have recently been embraced by PSQCA and CRandDI took an endeavor as an initiative to launch the testing for common and masonry cement at the institute.
Masonry cement shipments of about 193,000 mt in April 2010 were slightly lower compared with shipments in April 2009.
Leading minerals statewide, in order, were for the most part less glamorous than our storied history would lead one to believe: molybdenum concentrates and construction sand and gravel, followed by portland and masonry cement, gold, and crushed stone, according to "The Mineral Industry of Colorado."
These standards list specifications for mason's lime, all types of building and decorative brick, masonry cement, tile, mortar, grout and prefabricated masonry units.