Mir Portland Composite Cement

Portland Composite Cement also known as PCC is the most common type of cement used in Bangladesh which consists of Clinker, Slag, PFA, Gypsum, and Limestone. It confirms to Standard: BDS EN 197-1:2003 CEM II/AM or BM 42.5N

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Mir Portland Composite Cement is a construction material generally used as a binding material and is composed of cement, (commonly Portland Cement) and other materials such as fly ash and slag cement, aggregate or crushed rocks such as limestone.

Composition of Mir Portland Composite Cement:

Clinker : 65% to 79%

Slag, Limestone, PFA : 21% to 35%

Minor Additional : 0% to 5%

Mir Portland Composite Cement

3 Days (PSI)

7 Days (PSI)

28 Days (PSI)

Standard

Actual

Standard

Actual

Standard

Actual

Minimum 1890

3000-3200

Minimum 2900

3800-4000

Minimum 3620

5000-5400

Note: Average of 24 months based on the samples tasted at BUET

Fineness : 3600-4200 cm2/gm

Initial Setting Time : 130-160 minutes

Final Setting Time : 280-320 minutes

Uses:

  • Residential, commercial, functional building & industrial complex

  • Bridge, culvert, flyover, road, runway

  • Brickwork and plaster

  • Prefabricated elements, poles, drainage pipe, concrete block

  • Precast piles and cast in situ piles

  • Ready-mix concrete