Partner: LafargeHolcim
Industry: Construction
Usage: Foundations, Structures, Floors, Walls, Pavings, Roads, Furniture, Deco

Portland cement


Portland cement is the most common type of cement. It is a fine powder, produced by heating raw meal in a kiln to form clinker, grinding the clinker together with gypsum and others mineral components (slag, fly ash, limestone, etc). Its Its name is derived from its similarity to Portland stone which was quarried on the Isle of Portland in Dorset, England. Holcim(Romania) cements portfolio: Bulk: CEM I52,5R, CEM I42,5R, CEM IIA-LL42,5R, CEM IIBM(S-V)42,5N-LH, CEM IIBM(S-V)32,5R, CEM IIBM(S-LL)32,5R Bag: Extradur, Blanco Plus, Structo Plus, Structo, SapaBet and Tenco

Aspect details
Glossiness Matte
Translucence 0 - 50%
Texture Smooth
Compostable No
Recyclable No
Biodegradable No
Lightweight No
Renewable No
Carbon footprint -
Recycled content -
Toxicity -
Technical details
Hardness N/A
Structure N/A
Acoustics N/A
Format Powder
Odor N/A
Temperature N/A
Antibacterial No
Scratch resistence N/A
Fire resistence N/A
UV resistence N/A
Water resistence N/A
Abrasion resistence N/A
Skid resistence N/A