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Cement is a hydraulic binder for plaster and concrete. It is a finely ground material, which, in a chemical reaction with the water added will set and congeal. After solidification, it will remain strong and sound even when exposed to water. It is usually produced under industrial conditions as a gray powder from the raw materials limestone, clay, sand and iron ore. An important use of cement is the manufacture of plaster and concrete – the combining of natural and artificial additives into a strong construction material which is durable under common environmental influences. Due to concrete’s strength and durability, cement is used worldwide as one of the most important binding materials.


Street Construction Cement

Portland Cement (CEMI) is primarily used for road construction. However, Portland Composite Cement (CEMII) or Blast Furnace Cement (CEM III) are also used. In addition, they are not allowed to exceed certain standards of effective alkaline content.


Water Repellent Cements

Hydrophobic cements are insensitive to dampness. They react to water only during the mixing process after dissociation of the cement particles through friction with stone particles or the floor. They are primarily used for floor compaction, i.e. for compaction of frost resistant floors.


White Cement

Unique with white colour and high consistency is used when art and architecture ask for special accents.


Cemco delivers its goods under the best conditions, reliably and always on time. Our products comply with Austrian codes (ÖNORM EN 197-2), from our Portland Cement to Blast Furnace Cement.