Fly Ash: Concrete Applications
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LAFARGE Company Profile Lafarge in North America is part of the Lafarge Group. The world leader Please contact your Lafarge Office for specific product information, availability and ordering. Lakes and Seaway Business Unit Bingham Farms, Michigan Phone: 248-594-1991 U.S. East Business Unit Alpharetta, Georgia Phone: 678-746-2000 River Business Unit Lee’s Summit, Missouri Phone: 816-251-2100 Western Business Unit Calgary, Alberta Phone: 403-271-9110 in building materials, active on five continents, the Lafarge Group holds top-ranking positions Lafarge North America Cement Operating Areas in cement, aggregates, concrete and gypsum. By focusing on the development and improvement of building materials, Lafarge puts the customer at the core of its strategy and offers and the general public Alpharetta, GA innovative solutions that Business Units will bring more safety, Lakes and Seaway Business Unit Office Western River Lafarge North America Inc. 12950 Worldgate Drive, Suite 500 Herndon, VA 20170 Limited Warranty Lafarge warrants that Lafarge fly ash meets applicable ASTM and CSA requirements. Lafarge makes no other warranty, whether of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose with respect to these products. Having no control over their use, Lafarge will not guarantee finished work in which these products are used. Printed on recycled paper Lafarge Canada Inc. 606 Cathcart Street Montréal, Québec H3B 1L7 www.lafarge-na.com LAF LAFARGE LAFARGE LAFARGE LAFARGE RGE Fly Ash

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Fly ash is an extremely fine powder consisting of spherical particles less than 50 microns in size. Fly ash is one of the construction industry's most commonly used pozzolans. Pozzolans are siliceous or siliceous/alumino materials possessing the ability to form cementitious compounds when mixed with lime (calcium hydroxide or CaOH) and water. The word "pozzolan" is named after the small Italian town of Pozzuoli where some of the first hydraulic cements were created over 2000 years ago. The ancient Romans used volcanic ash as a pozzolan in their structures, some of which still stand today....

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