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Aramit Composite Cement (cem II/B-M)

Aramit Cement produces Portland Composite Cement (PCC) by grinding major mineral components such as, (MIC)-Pulverized Fuel Ash (PFA), Blast Furnace Slag and Limestone with Clinker and Gypsum as base material. Though, the Fly Ash is not used in the production of PCC.

Aramit Cement produces Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) & Portland Composite Cement (PCC) with separate silos and packing machinery.

Composition & Specification

  • BDS EN 197 - 1:2003, CEM II / B-M (S-V-L), 42.5 N
  • ASTM C595
  • Clinker: 65-79%
  • Slag & Limestone 21- 35%
  • Gypsum 0- 5%

Technical Information

Test Results

Benefits of using Aramit Composite Cement (PCC)

  • Finer than ordinary cement
  • High Long Term strength due to its Pozzolanic reaction
  • Improves workability of concrete
  • Reduced water demand contributes to higher strength of concrete
  • Less possibility of Bleeding and Segregation due to its reduced water requirement
  • 25% less heat of hydration resulting lower thermal expansion and less possibility of cracking afterwards
  • High resistance and persistence to chemical attack (Sea Water, Acids, Chloride, Sulphate)
  • Dense concrete resulting lower Permeability
  • Smooth concrete surface finishing
  • Reduces Lime leaching
  • Prohibits corrosion of steel inside concrete


  • Mass concreting and all RCC structure
  • Residential apartments and individual homes
  • Hospitals
  • Shopping Malls
  • Commercial and Industrial structures
  • Underground and Submerged structures
  • Basement, Foundation and all RCC structures
  • Residential Buildings and High-rise buildings
  • Dam, Block, Marine and Underwater structures
  • Pillar and Slab for Bridge & Culverts