fortera cement, Excellent workability and Performance
For use as a Supplementary Cementitious Material up to 35%
UP TO 100%
Can be co-blended with portland cement or used as a substitute
And curing characteristics as portland cement
In traditional cement production, 44% of the limestone fed into the process is decomposed into CO₂ almost doubling your limestone mining, grinding, and calcining costs. Since Fortera does not release CO₂, every tonne of feedstock results in one tonne of sellable product, creating an economic advantage.
FORTERA HAS BEEN TIME TESTED
FOR OVER 10 YEARS
IN REAL WORLD APPLICATIONS
FORTERA RECARB™ PROCESS
The Fortera ReCarb™ process re-carbonates Calcium Oxide without losing its cementitious properties. The result is a cementitious mineral that is rich in CO₂.
FORTERA MAKES A RARE FORM OF REACTIVE CALCIUM CARBONATE
Reactive Calcium Carbonate (CaCO₃) is naturally formed when Calcium and CO₂ come into contact. In nature, this combination results in a cementitious reaction forming hard materials and robust structures such as shells, rocks, and reefs.
Fortera has developed a process for recreating this natural cement with the ability to stabilize it in a dry powder form only activating its cementitious properties the next time it is wetted.
Our reactive calcium carbonate reacts with water transforming from spherical particles to a complex structural network of rods. This transformation is where Fortera cement gets its hardening and binding ability.
CEMENT IS THE SECOND MOST CONSUMED PRODUCT ON EARTH BEHIND WATER
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