White cement and gray cement are usually compared in th […]
White cement and gray cement are usually compared in the following five terms:
1. Fineness: White cement is usually finer than gray cement, so it has a better finish.
2. Strength and setting time: Its setting behavior and strength development are basically the same as expected for gray cement.
3. Raw materials: The gray of cement is mainly due to the limited content of iron, manganese and chromium oxides in white cement.
4. Cost: Because the production process of white cement is more complicated, it is more expensive than gray cement. In India, the price of white cement is usually around Rs. It is 20 dollars more expensive than gray cement per kilogram.
5. Uses: White cement is mainly used for architectural beauty, indoor and outdoor decoration, flooring, idols and other decorative concrete products due to its whiteness, while gray cement is mainly used for construction purposes.