Ceratech releases highly engineered cements for industrial applications

Ceratech has released a line of cements blended specifically for severe industrial and chemical processing environments. Both product lines resist extreme temperature and corrosive materials far better than conventional portland cement.

Kemrock cement produces a highly corrosion-resistant structural concrete for exposure to severe chemicals. Firerok excels in high-temperature environments, withstanding exposure to intermittent high temperatures of up to 1,850 F.

Ceratech’s cements are largely free of the calcium compounds found in portland cement. They are comprised of much finer particles that produce a dense, low-permeability concrete that resists penetration from corrosive liquids and moisture.

All Ceratech cements consist of 95 percent recycled and 5 percent renewable materials, and they are virtually carbon-neutral. They support achieving multiple credits under the LEED program and other environmental rating systems. They are available both in bulk and as a packaged concrete repair mix.

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