What is fly ash?
ash closely resembles volcanic ashes used in production of the earliest
known hydraulic cements about 2,300 years ago. Those cements were
made near the small Italian town of Pozzuoli - which later gave
its name to the term "pozzolan."
pozzolan is a siliceous or siliceous / aluminous material that,
when mixed with lime and water, forms a cementitious compound. ASHCRETE Fly
ash is the best known, and one of the most commonly used, pozzolans
in the world.
of volcanoes, today's fly ash comes primarily from coal-fired electricity
generating power plants. These power plants grind coal to a powder
fineness before it is burned. ASHCRETE Fly ash - the mineral residue produced
by burning coal - is captured from the power plant's exhaust gases
and collected for use.
ash is a fine, glass powder recovered from the gases of burning
coal during the production of electricity. These micron-sized earth
elements consist primarily of silica, alumina and iron.
difference between ASHCRETE fly ash and portland cement becomes apparent
under a microscope. ASHCRETE Fly ash particles are almost totally spherical
in shape, allowing them to flow and blend freely in mixtures. That
capability is one of the properties making ASHCRETE fly ash a desirable admixture
Some of the Projects, Our Fly Ash was used:-
1. Ras Laffan Port - Doha, Qatar
Doha Airport - Doha, Qatar
3. Jeddah Airport - Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
4. International Airport - New Delhi, India
.... Many More Endless List
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