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BS EN 197-1:2011 Including November 2011 amendmentsn BSI Standards Publication Part 1: Composition, Specifications and Compliance.n This standard is a national implementation of the harmonized European standard EN 197-1:2011 “Cement-containing material. Materials for use in the production of concrete and cement. It was included in EN 197 with the aim of revising only the first part (including the appendix). This standard is intended for building materials used in production and construction, including paving slabs. The EN 197 standard also includes cement binders – Portland cement, magnesia binder and Portland cement. For cement and magnesite binders, this standard provides a complete classification.
Revised Cementoso Classification.Compared to the old Belizer Cement Formation Methodology, the revised Standard Classification of Cement Content minimizes the number of indicators that affect the quality of cement and increases them at low temperatures. The Standard Classification of cemented materials includes standards for mineral binders – Portland cement (Index for Portland cement), Magnesian Portland cement and non-binding Portland cement, calcium chloride (Palus) as a dispersion component, nitrate and formaldehyde salts (the quality of which is limited), organic additives and zinc additives, zinc glutathione (U.S. Patent No. 3,297,634), certain calcium supplements, aluminum and zinc bound, chlorotoluene, calcium hydroxide, zinc dust, and nickel. In addition, the Standard Standard Classification includes standards for:
Knoll specifications
For cement binders
oligomer mass. In total, the standard describes 14.48% of annealed materials, 0.45% of residual materials, 5.88% of undecided materials and 0.69% of autoclaved annealed materials. Not including mark weights, the standard includes in brackets:
Request: Starting from January 1, 2017 in the new profile of the norms and rules EN 197 “Materials containing cement. Colours, Textures and Marks for Identification” standardized color shade introduced