Concrete and Cement

Fly ash is a fine, glassy powder recovered from the gases of burning coal during the production of electricity. These micron-sized earth elements consist primarily of silica, alumina, and iron. When mixed with lime and water it forms a cementitious compound with properties very similar to those of Portland cement. Due to this similarity, fly ash can be used to replace a portion of cement in the concrete, providing some distinct quality advantages:

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Lafarge Type N Masonry Cement

Lafarge Masonry Type N cement is specially formulated to ensure a uniform product and color to produce quality masonry mortar in brick, block, and stone masonry construction.

White Masonry Cement

White Masonry cement can be used to match, contrast, and complement the colors of various masonry units.

White Portland Cement

White Portland Cement can be used for all types of architectural or structural concrete construction where a whiter or brighter color may be needed for aesthetic or safety reasons.