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Central Plains Cement Company offers high quality cement for a variety of consumer and industrial uses. Click for a copy of an up-to-date Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for Central Plains Cement Company products.
Type I Portland Cement – Type I Portland is general-purpose cement suitable for all uses where the special properties of other types are not required. Its uses in concrete include pavements, floors, reinforced concrete buildings, bridges, tanks, reservoirs, pipe, masonry units, and precast concrete products.
Type II Portland Cement – Type II Portland cement is used where precaution against moderate sulfate attack is important. It is used in normal structures or elements exposed to soil or ground waters where sulfate concentrations are higher than normal, but not unusually severe. Type II cement has moderate sulfate resistance properties because it contains no more than 8% tricalcium aluminate (C3A).
Type II (MH) Portland Cement – Type II (MH) cements are manufactured to generate heat at a slower rate than Type I or most Type II cements by limiting the heat index to a maximum of 100.
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Tulsa Type I-II Mill Test Report
Type III Portland Cement – Type III Portland cement provides strength at an earlier period than normally expected. For example, strength may be achieved in a matter of days as compared to the typical expectation of 28 days. Type III is chemically similar to Type I cement, except that its particles have been ground finer. It is used when forms need to be removed as soon as possible or when the structure must be put into service quickly. In cold weather its use permits a reduction in the length of the curing period.
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Sugar Creek Type III Mill Test Report
Type V – Type V Portland cement is used in concrete exposed to severe sulfate environments – principally where soils or groundwater have a high sulfate content. It gains strength more slowly than Type I cement. The high sulfate resistance of Type V cement is attributed to low tricalcium aluminate content, not more than 5%.
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Tulsa Type V Mill Test Report
Sugar Creek Type V Mill Test Report
Blended Cement – Blended cements are produced by intergrinding or blending Portland cement and a combination of any one or more of the following materials: limestone, slag cement, fly ash, silica fume or other supplementary cementing materials (SCMs). These cements may be used for general construction and are designated as Type IL or IS, for example.
Click below for our latest Type IL and Type IT Certificates of Test: Omaha EaglePave IT(38) Test Report Sugar Creek Type IL(12) Test Report
Sugar Creek EaglePave IT(20) Test Report
Sugar Creek EaglePave IT(25) Test Report
Sugar Creek EaglePave IT(40) Test Report Tulsa Type IL(12) Test Report
Masonry Cement – A hydraulic cement, primarily used in masonry and plastering construction, consisting of a mixture of Portland or blended hydraulic cement and plasticizing materials (such as limestone or hydrated hydraulic lime) together with other materials introduced to enhance one or more properties such as setting time, workability, water retention, and durability.
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Tulsa Masonry Type N Test Report
Tulsa Masonry Type S Test Report
Oil Well Cement – Central Plains Cement Company oil well cements are designed for the extreme temperature and pressure conditions of the oil well environments. CPCC oil well cements meet all applicable requirements of API Specification 10A, such as, predictable thickening time, low viscosity, low free fluid, fluid loss control, and strength. These products are intended for use when special properties are not required. The different classes of API cements for use at down well temperatures and pressures defined below.
Class C – This product is intended for use when conditions require high early strength.
Class G – No additions other than calcium sulfate or water, or both, shall be interground or blended with the clinker during manufacture of Class G well cement. This product is intended for use as basic well cement. Available in MSR grades.
Class H – No additions other than calcium sulfate or water, or both, shall be interground or blended with the clinker during manufacture of Class H well cement. This product is intended for use as basic well cement. Available in MSR grades.
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Tulsa Class C Test Report
Tulsa Class H Test Report