The Mac

The Mac.

 

 

The Mac is a modified cement, in which each grain of Portland cement-covered nanoblocks from 10 to 100 nanometers, giving the material unique properties.

 

Description

Properties and advantages compared to conventional cement

 


Description:

The Mac is a modified cement, in which each grain of Portland cement-covered nanoblocks from 10 to 100 nanometers, giving the material unique properties.

The basis for the production of the Mac is the phenomenon of nanoencapsulation of the dispersed substances. Using the dispersion materials of any type can be modified in materials with superior qualities, far exceeding the quality of the feedstock material.

The Mac is made from conventional cement by modification of Portland cement. The production itself consists in forming on the surface of the grains of Portland cement in the process of mechanochemical activationcombined with the grinding of Portland cement, nanoscale thickness solid shells – capsules of a special modifier.

The phenomenon of nanoencapsulation allows as raw material for the production of raw material of Portland cement with further modification in the Mac to use any non-conforming Sands, slags, ashes and wastes from mining rocks.

The Mac in its construction and technical properties greatly exceed those of conventional Portland cement.

 


Properties and advantages of Mac compared with conventional cement:

– two times increased activity compared to conventional cement,

ten times extended the term of its storage,

– twice reduced the specific consumption of the Mac to obtain the desired quality of precast and monolithic reinforced concrete,

radical 1,5-2 times increased quality,

– radical 1,5-2 times increases the quality and durability of products made of concrete and reinforced concrete,

on the main indicators – the rate of hardening, compressive strength and Flexural strength of the Mac has the class to 72,5-82,5, unlike ordinary cement with class 42,5-52,5,

– in its production reduces the cost of cement production by 20-25 %,

in production, significantly lower emissions of NOx, SO2 and CO2.

 

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