RWC GGBFS or Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag is a specialized product, typically utilized in activation of granular pavement materials & as a cementitious material in the manufacturing of concrete.
Concrete containing GGBFS has a higher ultimate strength than concrete made with Portland cement only.
Its by-product of iron and is obtained by the heating of iron ore, limestone and coke at a temperature about 1500°C. The process is carried out in a blast furnace, a partial replacement of OPC cement in concrete production at batching plants.
Its highly cementitious and high in calcium silicate hydrates (CSH) which is a strength enhancing compound which improves the strength, durability and appearance compared to Portland Cement production.
When added to concrete, its acts as a stabilizing agent and improves the quality of concrete.
RWC GGBFS ADVANTAGES:
RWC GGBFS can be used in many constructions product as follows:
High resistance to chemical impacts.
High resistance to sulphate.
High ultimate strength.
Low hydration heat
Low Carbon Emissions
High Quality, whiteness and strength
Meets ASTM Specification
Precast Concrete, Cast in Place Concrete. Terrazzo, Curbs, Tile Grout, Swimming Pool Plasters, Light Color Mortars and much more.