Mortar and concrete based on calcium sulphate binders

J.J.F. Bakker, Jos Brouwers

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In this study both hemi-hydrate and anhydrite are tested as calcium sulphate binders for structural mortar and concrete. The advantage of using calcium sulphates instead of cement as a binder is the fact that the production of calcium sulphate is more environmental friendly than that of cement. For the calcinations of Portland cement, temperatures up to 1480 oC are needed, while the calcination of for instance hemihydrate requires a temperature of 170 oC
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Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2006


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Bakker, J. J. F., & Brouwers, J. (2006). Mortar and concrete based on calcium sulphate binders. 1-0783.