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Cement Products

Tosoh began cement production in 1953

The idea of producing cement at a soda production plant using an ammonia soda process seemed both logical and economical.

Tosoh uses refuse-derived fuel (RDF) as raw fuel for its cement plant in cooperation with local environmental initiatives. RDF is produced by solidifying general refuse. Solidifying general refues to RDF allows a reduction in the weight of general refuse by nearly half.

The marketing and sale of Tosoh's entire cement production has been consigned to Taiheiyo Cement Corporation, one of Japan's leading cement manufacturers.

Product Name: Portland Cement
Generic Name: Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC)
Chemical Formula / Diagram: N/A
Product Overview: As the most common cement used worldwide, Portland cement serves as a base ingredient for creating common construction and building necessities like concrete and mortar.
Applications: Construction
 
Product Name: Portland Blast-furnace Slag Cement
Generic Name: Portland Blast-furnace Cement
Chemical Formula / Diagram: N/A
Product Overview: Primarily used in civil engineering dams, rivers, and harbors. Low heat of hydration, excellent resistance to seawater, water tightness is high. Portland cement was mixed in a blast furnace slag was quenched with water.
Applications: Construction
 
Product Name: Portland Fly-ash Cement
Generic Name: Fly-ash Cement
Chemical Formula / Diagram: N/A
Product Overview: Fly-ash cement was first used in the U.S. in 1929 for the Hoover Dam, where engineers found that it allowed for less total cement. Although fly ash cement itself is less dense than portland cement, the produced concrete is denser and results in a smoother surface with sharper detail.
Applications: Construction