Microsilica

Microsilica

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A bright gray powder contains about 94% to 96% silicon dioxide (SiO2), which is obtained from the process of production of frucilium in electric arc furnaces and is added to concrete to enhance some of the properties of concrete at time of construction. The addition of microsilica to the concrete mixture causes active SiO2 to be combined with a free Ca (OH) 2 calcium hydroxide solution contained in the concrete foam pores to produce insoluble calcium crystals and eventually cause the density of the cement paste structure to increase the strength of the concrete To make To be used as part of cement or along with cement.
The use of microsilica in concrete increases its compressive strength, tensile strength, bending and wear, which results in the production of corrosion resistant concrete and less permeation to chlorine and sulfates. The use of micro-silica in concrete will produce more durable concrete that is used in the water and sea structures and, of course, the consumption of cement will be less.

M.S

M.S Analyze

94.68

SiO2

0.41

AL2O3

3.15

CaO

0.09

MgO

0.01

Na2O

0.10

K2O

0.03

TiO2

0.00

CL

0.11

P2O3

0.01

SO3