Slag cement, has been incorporated into concrete projects for over a century to improve durability and reduce life cycle costs. Among its measurable benefits in concrete are better work-ability and finish ability, higher compression and
Flexural strength, and improved resistance to aggressive chemicals.PORTLAND BLAST FURNACE SLAG CEMENT (PBFSC):
Complies with Pakistan Standard PS – 1631/1984; British Standard BS –146 – 1973 ; and American Standard ASTM C-150 Type IV, CEMIII/A
PBFSC is used in coastal areas due to resistance to Sulphates and Alkalies.
PBFSC is used in massive constructions like Dams/Canals due to its inherent quality of low heat of hydration and expansion factor.

Furthermore, lighter color of the cement ensures decorative use in paints and due to higher fineness greater area can be covered. PBFSC is manufactured from Portland Cement Clinker, Blast Furnace Slag and Gypsum.
Slag Cement is recycling of blast furnace slag has been used for a long time in the cement industry. It is often used in composite cement. Slag is not hydraulic by it self, but if an activator (e. g. lime) is present, it takes part of the hydration reactions and makes a substantial contribution to the hydration product. Blast furnace slag can also be used as a raw material for the manufacture of Portland cement clinker.
General slag contains
30-50 % lime,
30-40 % silica,
10-25 % aluminia,
0-20 % magnesia
and minor elements, e. g. Sulfur, iron, manganese, titanium, sodium, potassium etc.

32.5 Normal Class I CEMIII/A
Standards:  British Standards 146-2002 / PS 1631-1984 
Packing:  50 Kgs P.P. Bags, 1.5 MT Jumbo Bags, 2 MT Sling Bags
Specifications: Low Alkali u0026amp;; High Ultimate Strength.

Minimum Quantity: 280 Metric Tons in 10 X 20’ft FCL Containers
Delivery Time: Prompt Shipment after receiving payment instrument
Price:On Request Per Metric Ton FOB Pakistan ( Prices )