Masonry cement is characterized by the high admixture content, low cement strength and low cement cost. Since the strength grade of mortar is generally low, using ordinary Portland cement or other varieties of Portland cement often results in higher strength of mortar, a greater waste of cement, and poor water retention of mortar. Using masonry cement can increase the amount of cement under the premise of not increasing the mortar cost, thus ensuring mortar with good water retention and small extra coefficient of strength.
Masonry cement is mainly used for ordinary masonry, plastering mortar, and blinding concrete, etc., but does not apply to structural concrete.
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