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The Berolan GmbH produces dry mortar additives on basis of sodium lauryl sulphate.
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Dettki Steuerungstechnik (German)
Laboratory robot: Computer-controlled, automatic Vicat needle and/or Vicat cone apparatus (multistation) für determining the setting behaviour of gypsum, cement and mortar in accordance with DIN 1168 and EN 196. Automatic test sequences for 10 to 15 individually programmable specimens.
Cat: Suppliers: Instruments

European Specification for Sprayed Concrete, 1996
The specification covers: Constituent materials, requirements of concrete composition and durability, mix compositions, execution of spraying, test methods and quality control. It includes a separate appendix on Admixtures and a section on the Execution of Spraying. (Section 8, execution of spraying, got updated and replaced in 1999.) [35 pages, 284 kB, PDF]
Publisher: EFNARC, efnarc.org
Cat: Application Technology: Sprayed Concrete, Shotcrete

European Specification for Sprayed Concrete, Revision of Section 8, 1999
This additional specification relates to the Spraying operation and replaces the whole of section 8 in the Specification. [8 pages, 49 kB, PDF]
Publisher: EFNARC, efnarc.org
Cat: Application Technology: Sprayed Concrete, Shotcrete

European Specification for Sprayed Concrete - Checklist for specifiers and contractors, 2002
This document charts the entire process from materials selection through to completion of the spraying operations in an easily referenced format. [12 pages, 114 kB, PDF]
Publisher: EFNARC, efnarc.org
Cat: Application Technology: Sprayed Concrete, Shotcrete

Flowing calcium sulphate screeds
Some "Code of Practice" are available in English.
Publisher: Industrieverband WerkMörtel e.V.
Cat: Application Technology: Anhydrite Floor Screed

Time reverse modeling of acoustic emissions in structural concrete
Details on acoustic emission (AE). An often used application of AE analy- sis is the localization of concrete cracks and reinforcement ruptures. However, for progressed crack patterns, common localization procedures fail, because the waves have either been reflected repeatedly or experienced interference with other waves. In this dissertation a new method of AE analysis is developed which takes advantage of the wave field interferences.
Publisher: Dissertation. Kocur, Georg Karl. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Institute of Structural Engineering (2012)
Cat: Materials Testing: Acoustic Emission Analysis

On the mechanisms of shrinkage reducing admixtures in self con-solidating mortars and concretes
Compared to conventional concrete, SCC have an increased paste volume, and therefore show a higher shrinkage than conventional concrete. Shrinkage reducing admixtures (SRA) are proved to have the desired effect. Better understanding the working mechanism of SRAs was a main objective of this research. The effects on cement hydration, drying and shrinkage were investigated.
Publisher: Arnd Bernd Eberhardt, 2010, Dissertation. Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Fakultät Bauingenieurwesen
Cat: Materials Science: Shrinkage-reducing Additives

Fly Ash Library
More than a hundred selected papers which were presented at the 1999 and 2001 International Ash Utilization Symposia. The papers deal with the chemistry and mineralogy of fly ash, usage in construction and mining industry, environmental and health aspects.
Publisher: University of Kentucky, Center for Applied Energy Research International Ash Utilization Symposium
Cat: Materials Science: Fly Ash

Sensory-based evaluation of building product emissions
Integration into the Blue Angel award criteria and assessment scheme of the Committee for Health Evaluation of Building Products.
Publisher: Umweltbundesamt
Cat: Indoor air pollutants

Certification of SRM 2492: Bingham Paste Mixture for Rheological Measurements
As measurements with rheometers can involve flow in a complex geometry, it is important that they are calibrated with a standard reference material (SRM). NIST has produced a Standard Reference material for paste (SRM 2492) as the first step for the development of a reference material for concrete rheometers. The process used to develop both the SRM 2492 and the mortar reference material is presented, including measurements, statistical analyses, and modeling. The developed SRM consists of a mixture of two components, corn syrup and fine limestone and has the texture of cement paste.
Publisher: Chiara F. Ferraris; Paul E. Stutzman; William F. Guthrie; National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), 2012
Cat: Materials Testing: Rheology

Cement-superplasticizer interaction
Study on the influence of a polycarboxylate-ether based superplasticizer (PCE) with different architectures (side chain density, side chain length) on the rheological properties of cement suspensions.
Publisher: Anatol Zingg. Dissertation, 2008. ETH Zurich
Cat: Materials Science: Plasticizers for Concrete and Mortar

Examination of the hygro-mechanical stability of crystalline calcium sulfate hemihydrate : Gypsumstressing in water (German)
Publisher: Abdussaljamov Abdusasamatowitsch Bachtijor, Dissertation, 2003. Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Fakultät Bauingenieurwesen
Cat: Materials Science: Gypsum and Anhydrite

Adsorption of Polycarboxylate-based Superplasticizer onto Natural Bentonite
Adsorption of polycarboxylate-based superplasticizer on natural bentonite was investigated to better understand the interaction between admixtures and clay as impurities in mortar or concrete.
Publisher: Weishan Wang, Baicun Zheng, Zhongjun Feng, Zuiliang Deng, Lefeng Fu. Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology, Vol. 10 (2012)
Cat: Materials Science: Plasticizers for Concrete and Mortar

Working mechanism of various cellulose ethers as water retention admixtures in oil well cementing and in dry-mix mortar systems
The doctoral dissertation includes three papers: (1) "Role of Colloidal Polymer Associates for the Effectiveness of Hydroxyethyl Cellulose as a Fluid Loss Control Additive in Oil Well Cement". Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol. 126, E25–E34 (2012). (2) "Mechanistic Study on Carboxymethyl Hydroxyethyl Cellulose as Fluid Loss Control Additive in Oil Well Cement". Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol. 124, 2340–2347 (2012). (3) "Working mechanism of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) as water retention agent". Cement and Concrete Research 42 (2012) 953–959.
Publisher: Daniel Bülichen, Dissertation, TU München, 2013
Cat: Materials Science: Rheological additives

Huntsman LLC
MDI (diphenylmethane diisocyanate) products and MDI-based prepolymers, TDI (toluene diisocyanate) and TDI-based prepolymers, as well as polyester and polyether polyols, for the formulation of adhesives, coatings and elastomers.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Polyurethane Intermediates

Wood Science Mailing List
Covers areas of wood and fiber science and technology; pulp and paper science and engineering; forest products; biotechnology; timber and construction engineering and forest products marketing. Open to academics, researchers, students, industry people as well as anyone interested in the above areas.
Publisher: Department of Wood Science at The University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Cat: Materials Science: Wood

Influence of retarders on the hydration of clinker and cement
Information about the working mechanism of phosphonic acid (2-phosphonobutane 1,2,4-tricarboxylic acid, PBTC), tetrapotassium pyrophosphate and sucrose. [16 pages, 768 kB, PDF]
Publisher: Jörg Rickert
Cat: Materials Science: Admixtures for Concrete and Mortars

Materials and Structures, Vol. 32, March 1999
The free issue contains various articles on testing (methods and modelling) of fibre-reinforced concrete. [83 pages, 1.6 MB, PDF]
Publisher: RILEM Publications
Cat: Materials Testing: Methods, Instructions, Regulations

Cement expanding agent
A calcium sulfoaluminate series cement expanding agent having a specific particle size distribution. This cement expanding agent is not influenced by the variation of curing condition and can develop a high expandability in the concrete.
Publisher: Yoshizo Ono; Tsutomu Mizunuma, 1974, US3819393
Cat: Patents: Expansive Cements and non-shrinking Mortars

Bernd Schwegmann GmbH & Co. KG
Wetting and dispersing agents for solvent-borne and water-borne coatings based on various binder systems.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Surfactants, Wetting Agents (for coatings)

Leuna-Harze GmbH
Epoxy resins, curing agents for epoxy resins and reactive diluents (glycidyl ether). Trade name: Epilox.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Epoxy Resins, Epoxy Curing Agents

EFNARC
The Authoritative Voice of Contractors, Manufacturers, Raw Material Suppliers and Consultants in the Specialty Construction Products Industry. Scope of activities: Repair and protection of concrete structures, Industrial and commercial flooring, Sprayed concrete, Mechanised soft ground tunnelling, Fibres for concrete, Self Compacting Concrete.
Cat: Associations

Bulk Online
Powder and Bulk Portal.
Publisher: www.bulk-online.com
Cat: Materials Science, Chemistry in Construction Technology

Logos dictionary, multilingual (German)
More than 7.500.000 entries (total for all languages).
Publisher: Logos Gruppe
Cat: Reference: Dictionaries (Chemistry, Construction, Materials)

Bakelite AG
Epoxy resins, hardeners, and reactive diluents.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Epoxy Resins, Epoxy Curing Agents

BEWO Engineering GmbH
Turnkey bulk material plants and pneumatic conveying plants.
Cat: Instruments, Tools, Machinery

FIZautodoc
AutoDoc is a broker service for delivery of documents. The ordering system provides a centralized service including a help desk and a billing service for the customers on one hand and for the document suppliers on the other hand.
Publisher: Fachinformationszentrum Karlsruhe/FIZ Karlsruhe
Cat: Reference: Libraries

Comparison of Concrete Rheometers: International Tests at MB (Cleveland, OH, USA) in May 2003
This report describes the round robin test and the results obtained.
Publisher: Ferraris, C. F.; Brower, L. E.; Beaupre, D.; Chapdelaine, F.; Domone, P.; Koehler, E.; Shen, L.; Sonebi, M.; Struble, L.; Tepke, D.; Wallevik, O.; Wallevik, J. E.; NISTIR 7154; 47 p. September 2004
Cat: Materials Science, Chemistry in Construction Technology

Silica fume resurges
Informations about silica fume and its properties. [5 pages, 116 kB, PDF] Reprint from Concrete Products (Vol. March 1996).
Publisher: Tom Kuennen, Reprint 12/1998 aus Concrete Products (Ausgabe März 1996)
Cat: Materials Science: Pozzolana (Fly Ash, Microsilica, Tuff, Volcanic Ashes) and latent hydraulic materials (blast furnace slag)

Heinrich Osthoff-Petrasch GmbH & Co.KG
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Thixotropic Agents (inorganic)

Dry Mortars
Reprint of Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Includes details on historical and industrial development, raw materials, production, testing, and applications. It can be obtained for free as a special reprint from Wolff Cellulosics.
Publisher: Roland Bayer, Wolff Cellulosics; Hermann Lutz, Wacker Chemie AG; 2003
Cat: Materials Science: Mortars

Sasol Wax GmbH
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Additives and Polymers for Modification of Bitumen

Joint Filler based on alpha-hemihydrate (1987) (German)
Joint filler formulation based on alpha hemihydrate, fine grain calcium carbonate, 0.1 to 0.4% by weight of an alkaline salt of carbonic acid, 1.5 to 2.0% by weight of a thickener in the form of starch ether, 0.3 to 0.6% by weight of a water-retention agent in the form of methylcellulose, 2.5 to 5.0% by weight of a mixture of a vinyl polymer and polyvinyl alcohol in the form of a dispersion powder, 0.5 to 2.5% by weight of fibres and an accelerator/retarder combination as well as small quantities of gelifying agent and a polyelectrolyte.
Publisher: Andrea Glatthor
Cat: Guide Formulations: Joint Fillers

Workability
Investigation on workability of SCC: Effects of aggregate size, additives and admixtures. [56 pages, 478 kB, PDF]
Publisher: Örjan Petersson, Swedish Cement and Concrete Research Institute, 1999
Cat: Application Technology: Self-compacting Concrete

Assessment of Commercial Corrosion Inhibiting Admixtures for Reinforced Concrete
This report conveys the results of a three-part laboratory study of corrosion inhibiting admixtures in concrete. Abstract in HTML. [172 pages, 1,4 MB, PDF]
Publisher: Michael Carey Brown, Dissertation, 1999
Cat: Materials Science: Corrosion of Cementitious Materials

Alkali-Silica Reaction and High Performance Concrete
Answers the question if high-performance concrete is susceptible to alkali-silica reaction. The paper contains details on the alkali-silica reaction mechanism and the factors influencing it as well as an overview on available test methods (i.e. ASTM C1260 and C227). Besides an abstract the fulltext is available as PDF (24 pages, 1,3 MB).
Publisher: C.F. Ferraris, Building and Fire Research Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1995
Cat: Materials Science: Alkali-Silica Reaction in Concrete

Adhesive for parquet floor (2002) (German)
One or two parts.
Publisher: Andrea Glatthor
Cat: Guide Formulations

National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA)
Cat: Associations

Bitumen Waterproofing Association (BWA)
Authoritative voice for the Bitumen roofing and waterproofing membrane manufacturing industry across Europe. Provides a list of members.
Cat: Associations

C3 Prozess- und Analysentechnik GmbH (German)
Manufacturer of a heat-flow calorimeter designed for determining the heat of hydration of cement and gypsum.
Cat: Instruments: Calorimeter

Prodexim Ltd.
Producer of fumed silica. Located in Ukraine.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Thixotropic Agents (inorganic)

Cabot Corp.
Fumed silica (Cab-O-Sil), with and without surface treatment, in dry form and as aqueous dispersion.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Thixotropic Agents (inorganic)

Fibre Reinforced Self Compacting Concrete
Report on properties of steel fibre reinforced SCC. Slabs were cast (10 x 20 m, 15 cm thick) and the effect of steel fibres on the fresh and hardened concrete properties has been studied. [33 pages, 539 kB, PDF]
Publisher: Jonas Gustafsson, Betongindustri AB; Patrick Groth, LTU; 1999
Cat: Materials Science: Self-Compacting Concrete

Quantification of the water demand of sand in mortar
Abstract of a paper on the influence of the sand type on the mortar properties, and the consequences regarding mix design.
Publisher: G. De Schutter, A.-M. Poppe, Universität Ghent
Cat: Materials Science: Mortars

Color Tools
15 Freeware tools.
Publisher: Earl F. Glynn, www.efg2.com
Cat: Software: Tools for Colour Mixture and Paint Formulation

ASTM C845-96 Standard Specification for Expansive Hydraulic Cement
This specification covers hydraulic cements that expand during the early hardening period after setting.
Cat: Standards and Guidelines

High calcium sulfate expansive clinker
Expansive calcium sulfoaluminate clinker containing a high proportion of calcium sulfate is prepared and is included in portland cement (e.g., by intergrinding calcium sulfoaluminate clinker with portland cement clinker) to contribute expansive ...
Publisher: Povindar K. Mehta (Chemically Prestressed Concrete Corporation, Calif.), 1974, US3857714
Cat: Patents: Expansive Cements and non-shrinking Mortars

False Set of Portland Cement (German)
Publisher: Andrea Glatthor
Cat: Materials Science: Cements

Thixotroping and set-accelerating additive for mixtures containing a hydraulic binder, ...
The additive consists of one or more esters of the carbonic acid.
Publisher: Burge et al, Sika AG, vorm. Kaspar Winkler & Co. (CH), 1995, US5453123
Cat: Patents: Cement Set Accelerators

Polybase.com
Database portal for the plastics industry.
Publisher: TDS Herrlich GmbH
Cat: Materials Science: Polymer - Databases, Abbreviations, Trade Names

Kruse Chemie KG
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Binders (organic)

Neville Chemical Company
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Binders (organic)

Calcium aluminosulfate and expansive cements containing same
This patent is the basis for the "Type K" expansive cements (together with US3303037 and US3251701).
Publisher: Alexander Klein, 1964, US3155526
Cat: Patents: Expansive Cements and non-shrinking Mortars

Cytonix Corporation
Functional and non-reactive polymeric fluorosurfactants, leveling and wetting agents, and foamers to improve the surface properties of resins, plastics, solvents and coatings. Products include fluorosurfactants with epoxy, hydroxy, acrylate and isocyanate functionality. Non-functional fluorosurfactants are available having compatibility with most epoxies, acrylics, polyesters, polyurethanes and cellulosics. (FluorN)
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Surfactants, Wetting Agents (for coatings)

Cement and concrete compositions for controlling alkali-silica reaction in concrete
Processes for making cement which when used to make concrete can stabilize the concrete against alkali-silica reactivity (ASR) from alkali containing components. The process includes adding lithium containing materials in the front of a cement kiln along with the cement starting materials in an amount sufficient to minimize ASR.
Publisher: Stokes et al (FMC Corporation, Bessemer City, NC), 2000, US6022408
Cat: Patents: Mineral Binders

Laviosa Chimica Mineraria S.p.A.
Producer of bentonites and organoclays as rheological additives for use in water-based and solvent-based formulations.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Thixotropic Agents (inorganic)

Cognis Deutschland GmbH & Co.KG
Different types of liquid defoamers: Mineral oil based, mineral oil free as well as silicone based types. (Dehydran, Foamaster, FoamStar)
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Defoamers (liquid)

Rheologica Acta
Access to the table of contents and abstracts in English, starting from 1997.
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Cat: Reference: Libraries

Accelerator for portland cement derived from fertilizer
Method of producing a calcium nitrate composition, and the resulting composition, for use as a accelerator for time of set for portland cement in concrete and mortars comprising the steps of reacting a calcium ammonium nitrate hydrate composition with a tri- or tetramethylolglycoluril (TMGU) to crosslink with and convert the ammonia present therein into non-reactive, water-soluble components which exist in an aqueous medium at selected conditions of time, temperature, and pH.
Publisher: Michael F. Pistilli, Gifford-Hill & Company, Inc. (Dallas, TX), 1990, US4897120
Cat: Patents: Cement Set Accelerators

Process for producing cement expanding agents
Cement expanding agent is produced by burning a raw mixture containing CaO, Al2O3, SO3 and F, wherein the weight ratio of CaO/Al2O3 is 0.5 to 20, 0.2 to 20% of an inorganic fluoride and 30 to 80% of CaSO4 are contained.
Publisher: Koji Nakagawa (Denki Kagaku Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Tokyo, JA), 1974, US3801345
Cat: Patents: Expansive Cements and non-shrinking Mortars

Multi-functional additive for use in well cementing
Cement, sodium silicate, carrageenan suspending agent, sodium polyacrylate, AMPS terpolymer, dispersant (sulfonated naphthalene formaldehyde condensate or a sulfonated ketone acetone formaldehyde condensate) and a cellulosic polymer (HEC or CMHEC).
Publisher: BJ Services Company (Houston, TX), 2001, US6235809
Cat: Patents: Thickener, Rheological Additives

Emission of Flame Retardants from Consumer Products and Building Materials
Cat: Indoor air pollutants

Autogenous Deformation and Internal Curing of Concrete
Details on the mechanism of autogenous shrinkage. Measurements were made in cement pastes, normal weight concrete, and lightweight concrete. The effect of internal curing by addition of water-absorbing lightweight aggregates was tested. Full text is available (208 pages, 6.5 MB, PDF).
Publisher: Pietro Lura, Dissertation, 2003
Cat: Materials Science: Shrinkage-reducing Additives

Tenax Fibers GmbH
Manufacturer of carbon fibres.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Fibres

Johnson Polymer
Acrylic polyols for 2-pack urethanes.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Polyurethane Intermediates

Kinetics of the Reaction of Calcium Hydroxide and Fly Ash
The reaction kinetics of a Type-F fly ash with calcium hydroxide (CH) has been investigated at temperatures between 25°C and 60°C. Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) was used to determine CH consumption and production of hydrates (non-evaporable water) as a function of hydration temperature and time for various CH/fly ash ratios. The results indicate that the reaction rate, reaction stoichiometry and activation energy are dependent on the CH/ash ratio.
Publisher: National Institute of Standards and Technology, Building and Fire Research Laboratory
Cat: Materials Science: Pozzolana (Fly Ash, Microsilica, Tuff, Volcanic Ashes) and latent hydraulic materials (blast furnace slag)

Critical corrosion inducing chloride content for steel in concrete – State of the art and new investigation results
[24 pages, 777 kB, PDF]
Publisher: Wolfgang Breit
Cat: Materials Science: Corrosion of Cementitious Materials

Total Bitumen Deutschland GmbH (German)
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Bitumen, Asphalts

MicroPatent
Provider of internet-delivered patent and trademark information.
Cat: Reference: Patent Databases

Mitigation Strategies for Autogenous Shrinkage Cracking
The fundamental parameters contributing to the autogenous shrinkage and resultant early-age cracking of concrete are presented. Mitigation strategies which are discussed include: the addition of shrinkage-reducing admixtures more commonly used to control drying shrinkage, control of the cement particle size distribution, modification of the mineralogical composition of the cement, the addition of saturated lightweight fine aggregates, the use of controlled permeability formwork, and the addition of superabsorbent polymers ("water-entrained" concrete) .
Publisher: Bentz, D. P.; Jensen, O. M., in: Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 26, No. 6, 677-685, August 2004
Cat: Materials Science: Shrinkage-reducing Additives

Sarogi Shellac Overseas Corp.
Manufacturers and exporter of Shellac, India.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials

Demolition agent, its preparation and its use
A demolition agent which is prepared by calcining limestone at 1300 - 1600°C to produce a hard-burned quick lime whose crystal sizes are 10 - 100 µm, pulverizing the resulting hard-burned quick lime to 1500 - 5000 cm²/g (Blaine), mixing ...
Publisher: Kawano et al (Onoda Cement Company, Ltd., Onoda, JP), 1982, US4354877
Cat: Patents: Non-explosive Demolition Agents

S.I.Q.-Kunstharze GmbH
Manufactures hardeners for epoxy resins (polyamine, polyamide), epoxy resins, and reactive diluents. (SIQ-Amin, SIQ-Epox)
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Epoxy Resins, Epoxy Curing Agents

Influence of Cement Particle-size Distribution on Early Age Autogenous Strains and Stresses in Cement-Based Materials
Cement powders of four different finenesses have been investigated. Measurements include chemical shrinkage, degree of hydration, internal relative humidity development, autogenous deformation and eigenstress development. From: Journal of the American Ceramic Society, January 2001. Besides an abstract, fulltext is available as PDF (8 pages, 3.6 MB).
Publisher: Bentz et al, Building and Fire Research Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Cat: Materials Science: Cements

Influence of cement and additions on the quantity of alkalis available for an alkali-silica reaction
[12 pages, 1.1 MB, PDF]
Publisher: Elke Schäfer, Birgit Meng
Cat: Materials Science: Alkali-Silica Reaction in Concrete

Engelhard Corporation
Thixotropic agent based on attapulgite (Attagel)
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Thixotropic Agents (inorganic)

Reichhold Chemicals, Inc.
Polyurethane emulsions and polyurethane-urea emulsions (Hydran), OH-functional acrylate copolymers in solution (Lustrasol), hydroxyl-terminated polyester polyol emulsions and hydroxy functional alkyds (Sta-Clad).
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Polyurethane Intermediates

Sigmund Lindner GmbH
Manufacturer of technical glass beads and glitter: Glas-glitter, polyester-glitter, aluminium-glitter for applications in the coatings industry. Glas beads as reflection beads for road marking.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials

Byk-Chemie GmbH
Rheology additives based on polyhydroxycarboxylic acid amides (for solvent-based systems) and modified urea (for solvent-based and solvent-free coatings).
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Rheological Additives

Lightweight gypsum plaster (1984) (German)
Plaster based on gypsum and aggregates such as limestone, sawdust, light aggregates in the form of perlite, vermiculite or the like and hemihydrate, as well as small amounts of derivatives of cellulose and of starch, the customary amounts of retarding agents and a water/gypsum factor within the range of 0.60 to 0.78.
Publisher: Andrea Glatthor
Cat: Guide Formulations: Mineral Plasters

Expansive cement and the method of producing such cement
An expansive cement containing, as the expansive additive, a material obtained by burning a raw material comprising calcium oxide, aluminium oxide and calcium sulfate in certain proportions and crushing the burnt product to obtain a particular grain size distribution. The expansive cement of this invention expands during the initial curing period and thereafter substantially maintains the originally expanded shape.
Publisher: Minoru Miki, 1970, US3510326
Cat: Patents: Expansive Cements and non-shrinking Mortars

The Dow Chemical Company
Epoxy resins and curing agents: Brominated epoxy resins, epoxy novolac resins, bisphenol-A and bisphenol-F based liquid resins as well as acrylated epoxy resins (for UV cured powder coating applications). Phenolic hardners for powder coating applications. (D.E.R.®, D.E.H.®, D.E.N®)
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Epoxy Resins, Epoxy Curing Agents

CIF Test - test procedure for freeze-thaw resistance of concrete
CIF means Capillary suction, Internal damage and Freeze-thaw test. The CIF test is based on the precise testing procedure of the CDF test and complements this test.
Publisher: Universität GH Essen, IBPM Bauphysik und Materialwissenschaft
Cat: Materials Testing: Freeze-thaw and deicing salt resistance

Measurement of the Rheological Properties of High Performance Concrete: State of the Art Report
[18 pages, 399 kB, PDF]
Publisher: Chiara F. Ferraris; J. Res. Natl. Inst. Stand. Technol. 104, 461 (1999)
Cat: Materials Testing: Rheology

DIN 1055: Design loads for buildings; Part 5: Live loads; snow load and ice load (German)
Publisher: bauregeln.de
Cat: Standards and Guidelines

Nordmann, Rassmann GmbH (NRC)
Sells epoxy resins and curing agents for them (produced by Dow Chemical and Air Products), accelerators for the curing agents, bifunctional glycidyl ethers as reactive flexibilizers and glycidyl ethers as diluents.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Epoxy Resins, Epoxy Curing Agents

Database of evaluated products (Canada)
Searchable database with evaluation reports on various building materials (materials, that are in use in Canada).
Publisher: CCMC - Canadian Construction Materials Centre, Institue for Research in Construction
Cat: Reference: Libraries

Rheological Nomenclature
A guide to the nomenclature in rheology and rheometric measurements. It has been written particularly for use in ceramic sciences and provides definitions of terms and expressions relating to the measurement of rheological properties in liquid-based particulate systems (suspensions, pastes and gels).
Publisher: Hackley, V. A.; Ferraris, C. F.; National Institute of Standards and Technology, 2001
Cat: Materials Testing: Rheology

Cement setting accelerator and method of manufacturing the same
A cement setting accelerator comprising 100 parts (by weight) of a sintered body, 5 to 70 parts of an alkali metal carbonate powder and at most 170 parts of a lime powder.
Publisher: Kikuchi et al, Onoda Cement Co., Ltd. (Onoda, JP), 1992, US5160376
Cat: Patents: Cement Set Accelerators

FCC Inc.
Producer of organoclay rheological additives, highly purified white smectite clays and bleaching earth.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Thixotropic Agents (inorganic)

Brenntag AG
Epoxy curing agents. (No details online available.)
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Epoxy Resins, Epoxy Curing Agents

Jesons Industries Ltd.
Polymer emulsions based on acrylates, acrylate co-polymers, and vinyl acetate co-polymers. Located in India.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Polymer Dispersions

Comparison of Concrete Rheometers
Comparison of measurements from five types of concrete rheometers (four of them are commercial available). The aim was to provide data to establish correlations among them. The Rheometers are named: BML (Island), BTRHEOM (France), CEMAGREF-IMG coaxial rheometer (France), IBB (Canada), Two-Point (UK).
Publisher: Ferraris et al, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 2001
Cat: Materials Testing: Rheology

Cement-superplasticizer interactions at ambient temperatures
Influence of superplasticizers on rheology, phase composition, pore water and heat of hydration of cementitious systems. The rheological behaviour of three superplasticizers (polymelamine sulfonate, polynaphthalene sulfonate, polyacrylate) in combination with various Swiss cements (CEM I 42,5) was studied.
Publisher: Andreas Griessner, Dissertation, 2002
Cat: Materials Science: Plasticizers for Concrete and Mortar

Silica Fume - General Informations
What is silica fume?
Publisher: Silica Fume Association
Cat: Materials Science: Pozzolana (Fly Ash, Microsilica, Tuff, Volcanic Ashes) and latent hydraulic materials (blast furnace slag)

Deqing Sinopigments Co., Ltd
Synthetic iron oxide pigments. Basic product varieties cover 30 types, including iron oxide red, yellow, black, orange, brown and green. Furthermore chrome oxide green, ultramarine blue, titanium dioxide (anatas and rutil) as well as organic pigments (yellow, orange, red, phthalocyanine blue & green). Tongchem is a chinese manufacturer and exporter.
Cat: Suppliers of Raw Materials: Pigments, Dyes

Acid formates for use as setting and early strength development accelerators in cementitious compositions
Sodium, calcium and ammonium salts of formic acid as early strength developers and setting accelerators in hydraulic cements. The salts used are acidic salts containing between 1.5 and 5 moles of the formate ion per mole of the cation. These salts have much greater solubility and are more effective than the corresponding calcium salts, particularly under low temperature conditions.
Publisher: Berry et al, BP Chemicals Limited (London, GB2), 1981, US4261755
Cat: Patents: Cement Set Accelerators

Cement Forum®
Informations about the technology of cement.
Publisher: Softideas
Cat: Materials Science: Cements

Shrinkage compensating cement
The reactive compound is coated with an alkali soluble, water insoluble material in order to delay the time within which the reactive compound will expand. Quicklime or Plaster of Paris are examples of reactive compounds which may be used.
Publisher: Theodore Houseknecht (Fuller Company), 1972, US3649317
Cat: Patents: Expansive Cements and non-shrinking Mortars

Expansive Cement
The three types of expansive cements used in shrinkage-compensating concrete.
Publisher: Pennsylvania State University: Concrete Clinic
Cat: Materials Science: Expansive Cements, Shrinkage-compensating Concrete


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