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Solid Clay Bricks are made up of Silica, Allumina and Lime using machine moulding or hand moudling. They are used for load bearing or non load bearing wall based upon their compression strength. This buying guide would help in you making a better buying decision.Read More
Feb 29, 2016 2:50:48 PM By Chethan BS Clay Bricks, Bricks, Solid Clay bricks, Comments Articles Buying Guides
Cement concrete blocks are rectangular blocks made from Cement and Stone aggregates used for constructing load bearing walls, Non load bearing wall, Sump Tanks, Fencing etc. They are slowly replacing traditional clay bricks. Few of the tips here will help in a better purchase decision.Read More
Feb 29, 2016 2:47:31 PM By Chethan BS concrete blocks, cement blocks, Comments Articles Buying Guides
Know all about how Architectural features affect buildings during Earthquakes?
A desire to create an aesthetic and functionally efficient structure drives architects to conceive wonderful and imaginative structures. SometimesRead More
Feb 29, 2016 2:39:55 PM By Chethan BS Comments Articles
Thermo Mechanically Treated (TMT) steel is a new generation-high-strength steel which has better elongation, better bending strength, better ductility and high tensile strength. TMT Bars is the one of most important material in Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC). Strength of the TMT Bars has a direct implication on the strength of the Building Structure. Pointers below would help you in making a better purchase decision.Read More
Feb 29, 2016 2:32:36 PM By Chethan BS 3 Comments Articles Buying Guides
Stopping natural disasters like earthquake is inevitable, even an earthquake with the lowest value on the Richter scale can cause a large impact on the buildings.Read More
Feb 29, 2016 2:24:17 PM By Chethan BS Comments Articles
White cement and its application
White cement is much like the ordinary Portland grey cement but differs in its production method to give the cement its whiteness. This production method takes more effort and time, which makes the white cement more costlier than the grey cement, while a kg of white cement would cost you Rs.25 per kg as compared to Rs.7 per kg for grey cement.Read More
Feb 29, 2016 2:02:57 PM By Chethan BS Cement, white cement., 1 Comments Articles
Proper storage precautions should be undertaken before you store cement bags as cement starts reacting to form hard lumps when they come in contact with water or moisture in air which results in monetary losses to the owner. Following precautions would help in preventing such monetary losses.Read More
Feb 29, 2016 1:14:22 PM By Chethan BS Cement, Storage Cement., 0 Comments Articles
Manufactured Sand - A Perfect Substitute for River Sand
Manufactured Sand or Crushed Sand is the environmental-friendly solution that serves as a perfect substitute for the fast depleting and excessively mined river sand. M-sand is crushed aggregates produced from hard granite stone which is cubically shaped with grounded edges.Read More
Feb 29, 2016 11:28:59 AM By Materialtree Admin Manufactured Sand, River Sand, Natural Sand., Comments Compare Articles
Difference between 43 Grade & 53 Grade Cement
Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) is graded according to their strength. The grade indicates the compression strength (mpa) of the concrete that will attain after 28 days of setting.Read More

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