Puzzolanic cement Among the basic needs of humanity - food, clothing and shelter - our work embraces shelter. EcoSouth addresses the great housing deficit in southern countries. http://www.english.ecosur.org/index.php/ecomaterials/puzzolanic-cement 2018-01-21T12:07:31+00:00 EcoSur: Concrete Roof Tiles, puzolanic cement, earth houses, ecomaterials paulcoyote@gmail.com Joomla! - Open Source Content Management Pozzolanic Cement CP40 2004-10-01T20:07:29+00:00 2004-10-01T20:07:29+00:00 http://www.english.ecosur.org/index.php/ecomaterials/puzzolanic-cement/39-pozzolanic-cement-cp40 Administrator paulmoreno@gmail.com <P><STRONG>CP40</STRONG> is a hydraulic binder produced from the mixture of a material known as Pozzolana and finely ground Calcium Hydrate. This binder is of low mechanical strength and its setting speed is a little bit slower than Portland Cement. Because of this, it can be considered as a cement for masonry applications. Lime-pozzolana binders had their origin in the constructions made by the Romans. Even today the ruins of great buildings made with this material are still preserved.</P> <P><STRONG>CP40</STRONG> is a hydraulic binder produced from the mixture of a material known as Pozzolana and finely ground Calcium Hydrate. This binder is of low mechanical strength and its setting speed is a little bit slower than Portland Cement. Because of this, it can be considered as a cement for masonry applications. Lime-pozzolana binders had their origin in the constructions made by the Romans. Even today the ruins of great buildings made with this material are still preserved.</P>