Products/Services for Portland Cement Heat Capacity

  • Hydraulic and Portland Cement-Image
    Hydraulic and Portland Cement - (144 companies)
    ...are also used to build and repair underground structures such as electric vaults or sewer access tunnels. Some grades of hydraulic and Portland cement include aggregates and chemical additives to improve strength, entrain air, reduce heat generation...
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    Heat Exchangers - (1465 companies)
    ...heat exchanger, these same specifications should be understood in order to properly select the right design for the application. Heat transfer rate, also known as the capacity or heat load, is a measure of the heat energy transferred in the heat...
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    Cement, Concrete, and Mortar - (641 companies)
    ...a bond. Air setting or film drying materials form a bond or "harden " through the evaporation of water or an organic solvent. Some binders or adhesives use a chemical setting process. Cement, concrete, and mortar that use heat setting or thermoset, hot...
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    Specialty Cement, Concrete, and Mortar - (303 companies)
    ...bonds, hot melting, and multiple component binder systems. Specialty cement, concrete, and mortar are used to join components and form structures. Unlike conventional construction products, specialty concrete is not based on Portland cement. Instead...
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    Cement Boards - (17 companies)
    ...boards are formed into 4-ft. x 8-ft. or 3-ft. x 5-ft. sheets with a thickness of 1/2 in. or 1/4 in. Types. Cement boards differ in terms of bonds and properties. Choices include: calcium aluminate and carbon bonds. Portland cement bonds. phosphates...
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    Heat Pumps - (297 companies)
    The cost of a geothermal heat pump is about $2,500 per ton of capacity. A geothermal heat pump has a heat pump rating of 10.0 to about 17.0. The heat pump efficiency of a geothermal heat pump system is 80% and can be maintained properly by regular...
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    Concrete Blocks and Cement Blocks - (191 companies)
    ...and cement blocks. Choices include: calcium aluminate. carbon. Portland cement. phosphate. slag cement bonds. Blocks with sulfate, sulfur, and polymer bonds are also available. Portland cement may be modified with polymer additions to improve plasticity...
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    Refractory Cements and Raw Materials - (163 companies)
    Bricks When Wet. CR4 Community --Refractories --Crushed Firebricks and Portland Cement. CR4 Community --Refractory Bricks Life Cycle. Resources. Heat Stop --Fireplace Safety 101. Images credits: Mid-Mountain Materials | Morgan Advanced Materials...
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    Cement Tiles - (19 companies)
    Cement tiles, also known as cement encaustic tiles, are flat, thin tiles often shaped with beveled edges for lining or covering a surface. Cement tiles can be designed for a wide variety of applications. They come in many shapes, sizes, thicknesses...
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    Heat Pipes - (56 companies)
    Heat pipes are self-contained heat pumps that can transport heat at high rates over fairly substantial distances with no external pumping power. Heat pipes are made out of aluminum or copper and are lined with a wicking material such as a ceramic...
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