What is the cement particle size

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Cement is a finely ground, mostly gray mineral powder. The most important raw materials for the production of cement are limestone, clay and marl. If cement is mixed with water, it acts as an adhesive and binds sand, gravel and broken hard rock. Concrete is created. Cement hardens both in the air and under water and then remains solid.

Cement is usually a homogeneous bulk good. Its product properties are standardized in order to ensure the required stability, reliability and processability in the application.

Cements are differentiated according to their early and final strength and their composition. In addition to cements, which consist of 100% clinker, there are so-called composite cements in which part of the clinker is replaced by alternative raw materials such as fly ash, ground slag or limestone. Since the production of clinker is energy-intensive and large amounts of CO2 releases, you can conserve natural resources by using alternative raw materials and reduce CO2-Reduce emissions.

Depending on the area of ‚Äč‚Äčapplication, different types of cement, each with a specific composition, are required. The cement properties can also be varied through additives. We offer our customers a wide variety of cement products. These include quality cements, special cements with special properties, special building materials for geotechnical engineering and other binders. The delivery program varies from country to country.