Cement definition

Cement means a building material that is produced by heating mixtures of limestone and other minerals or additives at high temperatures in a rotary kiln to form clinker, followed by cooling and grinding with blended additives. Finished cement is a powder used with water, sand, and gravel to make concrete and mortar.
Cement means any form of cement or lime manufactured from calcareous material whether or not any other substance or mineral is added or used in the manufacture of such cement or lime;
Cement means, for the purposes of 35 Ill. Adm. Code 217, Subpart T, a hydraulic cement produced by pulverizing clinker consisting primarily of hydraulic calcium silicates, usually containing one or more of the forms of calcium sulfate as an interground addition.

Examples of Cement in a sentence

  • Employees who work less than four (4) hours shall be paid for four (4) hours and if worked more than four (4) hours shall receive pay for the actual time worked unless they are working directly with the Cement Masons and then they will receive eight (8) hours pay if worked in excess of four (4) hours.

  • Our clients, the Cement Masons Southern California Work Preservation LMCC are a Joint Labor Management Committee and are entitled to receive the certified payroll records with the names, addresses and classifications.

  • CONCRETE WORK General Cement Admixtures Water Fine Aggregate Coarse Aggregate Samples of Aggregate Classes of Concrete Quality and Proportioning of Concrete Determining Proportions Consistency of Concrete Measuring Materials Mixing Concrete Ready-Mixed Concrete Forms Embedded Work in Concrete Placing Concrete Curing and Protection Finishing Concrete Trimming and Repairs Expansion Joints Construction Joints Weep Holes General.

  • Cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate and water for concrete shall be measure separately and with accuracy.

More Definitions of Cement

Cement means hydraulic cement properly mixed with water.
Cement means any type of bulk or bagged grey cement, including cement clinker;
Cement. – means all petroleum industry cements meeting the requirements set forth in "Specifications for Oil Well Cements and Cement Additives", API Standard 10A, January 1974, published by the American Petroleum Institute, 1220 L Street, Northwest, Washington DC 20005 (this incorporation does not include any later publications or editions), except as provided in Subpart K.
Cement means a neat Portland or construction cement mixture of not more than seven gallons of water per 94 pound sack of dry cement, or cement slurry which contains bentonite, gypsum, or similar approved additives. [Amended June 12, 2012]
Cement means a class A or H neat cement with a minimum weight of 14.5 pounds per gallon, unless the cement contains additives which improve the ability of the cement to provide necessary protection and which maintains a minimum compressive strength of 500 PSI after 72 hours.
Cement means a powder-like manufac- tured mineral product, often referred to as “Port- land cement,” used in the manufacture of cement concrete.
Cement is an adhesive solution to hold new materials in place prior to the curing process.