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CERATECH Introduces KEMORK Cement for Harsh Chemical Surroundings

CERATECH has officially declared the availability of its non-portland building cement system, KEMROK, which is exclusively designed for use in harsh chemical surroundings such as heavy commercial buildings, industrial and petrochemical industry. The cement is offered as a concrete repair mix package as well as in bulk cement bags.

The KEMROK cement generates a concrete that provides greater strength, good resistance against corrosion and quicker set-times and lower installation costs than other available chemical-resistant concrete mixes. The properties of the cement offer savings on construction materials, production time and labor. The quicker curing quality of the KEMROK cement allows easy streamlining of construction time frame and it cuts down disruptions at the construction site.

The green cement utilized in KEMROK is rated on a higher level on sustainability scales specified by the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED rating system. The cement is manufactured utilizing 95% of recycled coal ash and 5% of recyclable materials. Unlike other portable cement productions that releases one ton of carbon dioxide for every ton of cement production, the KEMORK cement is produced under a process that generates zero level carbon.

Source: http://www.ceratechinc.com/

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