It offers Portland cement, sulfate-resisting Portland cement, moderate sulfate-resisting Portland cement, blast furnace cement, oil well cement, and ground granulated blast furnace
slag for various industries.
KCC currently produces ordinary Portland cement (OPC), sulphate-resistant cement Type V, white Portland cement, oil well cement and ground granulated blast furnace
slag cement (GGBS).
will open a second facility using new grinding technologies for finishing granulated blast furnace
slag as a supplementary cementitious material.
Request for quotations : purchase of granulated blast furnace
Its product portfolio includes ordinary portland cement, sulphate resistant cement, Portland blast furnace slag cement, and grounded granulated blast furnace
Mineral include fly ash, rice husk ash, silica fume and granulated blast furnace
About the Report The Global Cement Trade Price Report (GCTPR) is CW Research's benchmark price assessment for monthly gray cement, white cement, clinker and granulated blast furnace
slag prices and volumes.
In cement technology, composite binders with reduced clinker ratio have been designed by partial replacement of clinker through supplementary materials such as pozzolan, granulated blast furnace
slag, and limestone for many years.
It has also agreed a multi-year contract to handle large quantities of granulated blast furnace
slag for construction materials supplier Hanson.
Pulverised Fuel Ash (PFA), Ground Granulated Blast furnace
Slag (GGBS) and silica fume.
However, there has been very few research performed to investigate the performance of hybrid industrial byproduct ash consisting of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace
Slag (GGBS) and High Calcium Wood Ash (HCWA).
Mejia de Gutierrez has published pioneering work, in Colombia and the world, in the development and assessment of alkali-activated materials derived from Colombian wastes and industrial by-products, specifically granulated blast furnace
slag and metakaolin (derived from the calcination of kaolinite), and more recently fly ash (Mejia 2010) and other industrial by products including spent fluid catalytic cracking catalysts (Trochez et al.