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Cement is the most important raw material used in a building. Therefore, you must ensure that right type and quality of cement is used during construction. Take a look at the variety of cementproducts available at Buildzar. The range comprises cement from all brands including ACC, Ambuja, Bangur, Binani, Jaypee, JKLakshmi, Nirmax, ShreeUltra, Ultratech etc.

How many types of cement are there? What does grade 43 and 53 indicate?

There are many types of cement in the market to suit every need. Although the three major types of cement used in general construction purposes are

1.            Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) - Grade 43, Grade 53

2.            Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC)

3.            White Cement

What does grade 43 and 53 indicate?

Grades 53 & 43 indicate the compressive strength of cement in Newton for one mm2 area. Grade 53 means a compressive strength of 53 N/ mm2  is attained after a curing period of 28 days. Same will apply to grade 43.

Do’s And Don’ts of Cement Storage       

·         Avoid contact with Water & Moisture or else lumps will be formed and Strength will be Lost.

·         Place the Cement Bags closely together in the stack to reduce circulation of air as much as possible.

·         To avoid lump formation, do not stack more than 10-bags.

·         Arrange the bags in header-and-stretcher fashion, i.e. alternately length-wise and cross-wise to achieve interlocking between them and reducing the danger of toppling over.

·         Do not stack the bags in contact with an external wall.