Uses of Cement

Cement is a very useful binding material in construction. The applications of cement in various fields of construction have made it a very important civil engineering material.
Some of the numerous functions of cement are detailed below.
  • It is used in mortars for plaster, masonry, notes, etc.
  • It is used to make joints of drains and pipes.
  • It is used for the water tightness of the structure.
  • It is used in concrete to place floors, ceilings and build lintels, beams, stairs, pillars, etc.
  • It is used when a hard surface is required for the protection of exposed surfaces of structures against climate destructive agents and certain organic or inorganic chemicals.
  • It is used for the manufacture of prefabricated pipes, piles, fencing posts, etc.
  • It is used in the construction of important engineering structures such as bridges, culverts, dams, tunnels, lighthouses, etc.
  • It is used in the preparation of foundations, watertight floors, trails, etc.
  • It is used for the construction of wells, water tanks, tennis courts, lampposts, telephone booths, roads, etc.

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