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    Lagan is highly active throughout Ireland, the UK and beyond. Quarrying, Lagan's original business activity, retains a key role within the portfolio. Lagan produces in excess of 3.5 million tonnes of...
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    Established in 1953, BinMaster® is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company that designs and manufactures reliable, solid-state point and continuous bin level indicator and control systems and sensoring...
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    Tarmac is the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business. Our company combines the knowledge and expertise of two of the construction industry’s most...
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    CRAFTEDTILES, a family business run from Spain, manufacturers of encaustic cement tiles mosaics, also called Spanish tiles, French tiles, Italian tiles or Victorian tiles. They stands apart from the...
  • Article - 24 Nov 2006
    This article is a guide to the different types of cement.
  • Article - 27 Mar 2003
    Concrete has been around since 5600BC. Developments since then are outlined including the discovery of portland cement. The composition and hydration or 'curing' of portland cements are explained as...
  • Article - 19 Mar 2004
    Linear relationships between free chloride and total chloride contents in concrete are proposed based on the results of several long-term exposure tests under marine environment for various cements,...
  • Article - 2 Apr 2003
    The formulation of self-smoothing cementitious screeds primarily originated from the market demand for a more cost effective, efficient fast track flooring compound as an alternative to the...
  • Article - 21 May 2004
    The performance of cements containing secondary main constituents ( SMCs ) and additions is discussed in relation to the relevant British standards. Technical Brief.
  • Article - 17 May 2004
    The effect of the addition of different amounts of fly ash on the properties of ordinary portland cement (OPC) pastes and mortar were studied. Technical Brief.