Cement Types

  • CEM I 42,5 R

    CEM I 42,5 R

    Portland Cement

    Portland Cement carries clinker, gypsum as setting regulator and it’s been grinded together with minor additional component. Complies with TS EN 197-1: 2012 standard.

    It has early strength and ultimate strength due to it is high clinker content.

    USAGE AREAS

    • For general purpose
    • Ready-Mixed Concrete Production
    • When early molds needed
    • High Pre-strength desired productions
    • All types of reinforced concrete structures, High structures, Art structures
    • Road coverings, Pavement concrete
    • Ground Concretes
    • Sliding-mold, tunnel formwork systems
    • In the manufacture of prefabricated reinforced concrete elements
    • In the production of concrete briquettes, tile, bims, aerated concrete etc
  • CEM I 52,5 N

    CEM I 52,5 N

    Portland Cement

    Portland Cement carries clinker, gypsum as setting regulator and it is grinded together with minor additional component. Complies with TS EN 197-1: 2012 standard, is a cement with a 28 days compressive strength of at least 52.5 MPa.

    It has early strength and ultimate strength.

    USAGE AREAS

    • All types of reinforced concrete structures
    • Ready-Mixed Concrete Production
    • High strength needed manufacturing
    • Prefabric and prestressed concrete
    • Railways reinforced concrete sleepers
    • Gas concrete production
    • Construction chemicals
    • When early molds needed
    • High Pre-strength desired productions
    • All types of reinforced concrete structures, High structures, Art structures
    • Road coverings, Pavement concrete
  • CEM I 52,5 R

    CEM I 52,5 R

    Portland Cement

    Portland Cement clinker, gypsum and up to 5% minor additive material are grinded together and produced in accordance with TS EN 197 -1 / March: 2002 “Cement - Part 1: General Cements - Composition, Properties and Conformity Criteria” standard. Cement with a compressive strength of at least 30 days and a minimum compressive strength of 28 days and a minimum of 52.5 MPa.

    USAGE AREAS

    • In all kinds of construction for general purpose
    • All kinds of reinforced concrete structures
    • High structures
    • Road pavements
    • Sidewalk concretes
    • Floor concretes
    • Structures where sliding-formwork system is used
    • Generally, the production of prefabricated reinforced concrete elements
    • Bridges
    • Railway sleepers
    • Art structures (viaduct, underpass, overpass)
    • Water tanks
    • Concrete and reinforced concrete pipes
    • Concrete briquette production
    • Tunnel formwork applications
    • Prestressed concretes
  • CEM IV/ B (P-V) 32,5 R

    CEM IV/ B (P-V) 32,5 R

    Portland Cement

    Portland Cement clinker, gypsum, 36-55% additive (Tras - Fly Ash) and up to 5% minor additional ingredient co-grinding TS EN 197 -1 / March: 2002 “Cement - Department It is a cement produced according to 1: General Cements Composition, Properties and Conformity Criteria ”, with a 2-day compressive strength of at least 10 and a 28-day compressive strength of at least 32.5 MPa and a maximum of 52.5 MPa.

    As it contains high additives, its hydration temperature is low, it is more resistant to alkali-aggregate reaction and chemical external effects.

    USAGE AREAS

    • In all kinds of construction for general purpose
    • All kinds of reinforced concrete structures
    • Floor concretes
    • Generally, the production of prefabricated reinforced concrete elements
    • Water tanks
    • Concrete and reinforced concrete pipes
    • Concrete briquette production
    • Wall and plaster works
  • CEM I 42,5 R - SR5

    CEM I 42,5 R - SR5

    Sulfates Resistant Portland Cement

    Portland Cement with a maximum C3A content of 5% carries; clinker, gypsum as setting regulator and it’s been grinded together with minor additional component. Complies with TS EN 197-1: 2012 standard.

    Due to it’s low C3A effect It has the property of sulphate resistant. It is highly preferred in applications such as sea water, sewage, etc. that are exposed to high sulphate.

    USAGE AREAS

    • Structures exposed to sea water effects
    • Reinforced concrete manufacturing in environments exposed to sulphated water
    • In long lasting durability desired structures against severe environmental influences
    • Basic and infrastructure constructions in contact with groundwater
    • Manufacture of concrete pipes and culverts for domestic wastes and industrial wastes
    • Plaster for building facades exposed to sea water
    • In purification plants, sewage concrete pipes and culverts
    • Fertilizer facilities and chemical plant structures
    • Water tanks, concrete silos and retaining wall manufacturing
    • Art structures such as viaduct, concrete road, tunnel and bridge
    • Prefabricated reinforced concrete lighting and power transmission line pole manufacturing
  • CEM II / A-S 42,5 R

    CEM II / A-S 42,5 R

    Portland Slag Cement

    Portland Slag Cement, Portland Cement clinker, gypsum, 6-20% additive (Blast Furnace Slag) and up to 5% minor additional ingredient co-grinding TS EN 197 -1 / March: 2002 “Cement - Department 1: General Cements - Composition, Specifications and suitability criteria ”is a cement with a compressive strength of at least 20 days and a compressive strength of at least 42.5 MPa and a maximum of 62.5 MPa for 28 days.

    It can be used with the benefit of blast furnace slag additive in environments exposed to high sulphate such as sea water and sewage.

    USAGE AREAS

    • In all kinds of construction for general purpose
    • All kinds of reinforced concrete structures
    • High structures
    • Road pavements
    • Sidewalk concretes
    • Floor concretes
    • Structures where sliding-formwork system is used
    • Generally, the production of prefabricated reinforced concrete elements
  • CEM III / A-S 32,5 N

    CEM III / A-S 32,5 N

    Blast Furnace Slag Cement

    Blast Furnace Slag Cement, Portland Cement clinker, gypsum, 36-65% additive (Blast Furnace Slag) and up to 5% minor additional ingredient co-grinding TS EN 197 -1 / March: 2002 “Cement - It is a cement with 7 days compressive strength of minimum 16 and 28 days of compressive strength of minimum 32.5 MPa and maximum of 52.5 MPa.

    It can be used with the benefit of blast furnace slag additive in environments exposed to high sulphate such as sea water, sewage.

    As it contains high additives, its hydration temperature is low and it is more resistant to alkali-aggregate reaction and chemical external effects.

    USAGE AREAS

    • In all kinds of construction for general purpose
    • All kinds of reinforced concrete structures
    • Floor concretes
    • Generally, the production of prefabricated reinforced concrete elements
    • Water tanks
    • Concrete and reinforced concrete pipes
    • Concrete briquette production
    • Wall and plaster works
    • Bridges
    • Railway sleepers
    • Art structures (viaduct, underpass, overpass)
    • Water tanks
    • Concrete and reinforced concrete pipes
    • Concrete briquette production
    • Tunnel formwork applications
    • Prestressed concretes