Products

  1. Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC)
  2. Portland Pozzolan Cement (PPC)
  3. Sulphate Resisting Cement (SRC)
Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) is the most common cement used in general concrete construction when there is no exposure to sulphates in the soil or groundwater.

Specification :

SASO/GSO 1914:2009, Type-I, Equivalent to ASTM
C 150 Type I and EN 197-1:2011 CEM I, 42.5R

Application / Usage :

  • General Construction Projects.
  • Concrete Structures.
  • Reinforced Concrete Projects.
  • Block Manufacturing.
  • Plastering and Flooring.

Availability :

  • 50 Kg Bags
  • Bulk Loading
The Portland Pozzolan Cement (PPC) is a kind of blended cement which is produced by inter grinding of OPC clinker along with gypsum and pozzolanic materials in certain proportions.

Specification :

SASO 2536:2005, Equivalent to EN 197-1:2011 CEM II/A-P, 42.5N

Application / Usage :

  • Mass Construction Projects.
  • Low-cost housing Projects.
  • Construction of water tanks and water retaining structures.
  • It can be used in regions with hot weather.
  • Hydraulic structures-dams and retaining walls.
  • Marine Structures.
  • Mass Concrete Projects – e.g. bridge footings.
  • It can be used under aggressive conditions.
  • Masonry Mortar and Plastering.
  • Block manufacturing.

Availability :

  • 50 Kg Bags
  • Bulk Loading
Sulphate Resisting Portland Cement is a type of Portland Cement in which the amount of some active ingredients is lower than usual.
It's best used in concrete projects if it’s exposed to the risk of deterioration due to sulphate attack.

Specification :

SASO/GSO 1914:2009, Type-V, Equivalent to ASTM C 150 Type V and EN 197-1:2011 CEM I SR V, 42.5R

Application / Usage :

  • Foundations and Piles.
  • Basement and Underground Structures.
  • Sewage and Water Treatment Plants.
  • Chemical Factories.
  • Suitable for underground projects where sulphates are present in the soil and water.
  • Block Manufacturing.
  • Plastering and Flooring.

Availability :

  • 50 Kg Bags
  • Bulk Loading