Portland cement is a product which is obtained as clinker resulting from mixing at suitable rates, grinding and firing raw materials such as limestone, marl, clay, iron ore, pyrite ash, bauxite, etc. and a certain amount of setting regulator (generally gypsum) are ground together and sets after mixing with water and gains strength.
In general, it is used in buildings requiring high early strength, concrete poured in cold weather, prefabricated buildings, tunnel-mould applications, construction chemicals production and foundation applications.
(1) Cement: Produced with resistance to sea water in conformity with the French standard NF P 15-317. For this reason, properties with “*” are the restrictions that are introduced according to NF P 15-317.