SOTACIB White Cement CEM I 52,5 N

SOTACIB White Cement CEM I 52,5 Naccordingto the Tunisian standards NT 47.01and The European standard EN 197-1:2000.

The SOTACIB white cement CEM I 52,5 N is characterized by the homogeneity and the regularity during the time.It is the result of grinding white clinker, not less than 95%, with an addition of secondary component does not exceed 5%. These additions do not include any product promotes the corrosion ornegatively affects the properties of concrete made with this cement.

This white cement cement CEM I 52,5 N is in accordance with the following standards:
- Tunisian standards NT 47-01, certificate delivered by INNORPI.
- European Standard EN 197-1: 2000, certificate delivered by AENOR
- Spanish standard DCE-3470, certificate delivered by the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and trade.

Loss on ignitionInsoluble residueChloride contentSulphate (SO3)
The requirements EN 197-1:2000≤ 5 %≤ 1 %≤ 0,1 %≤ 4%
Average performances2,3≤  0,3 %≤  0,04 %≤  2,5%

Final product presentation:

- Aesthetic concrete structure: Can be used for all types of architectural or structural concrete construction where a whiter or brighter colour may be needed to enhance the architecture. In facts, it gives a vivid facing that protects the masonry and satisfies the aesthetic sense of the observer.

- Reinforced Building Concrete: Supporting Walls, Monuments
- Production of white cement glue, Ceramic adhesive mortars.

- Wall coverings: Pre-cast panels, façade exterior wall panels
- Floorings: Paving stones, tiles mosaics, garden walkways, terrazzo floors, pavement.
- Masonry apparent: the door sills, crown wall, stairs, Concrete columns, Swimming pool finishes, also in the laying of tiles and marble and installation of sanitary facilities.
- Decorative elements: Fountains, Border Stones railing, siding, entrance pillar, ledge, bench, Cast stone.

Additional information: The information contained in this document are general. It contains the minimum requirements which must conform a cement according to the European standards.However, the informations presented are an average performance on a year of laboratory tests on cement.It is possible to obtain a recent fact sheet by a simple request to the relevant departments.