CLASS G CEMENT HYDRATING RAPIDLY
Good day all.
We manufactured a batch of Glass G cement on 27-12-2013 and when we were ready to pack it out yesterday we found that the cement was not flowing. We also noticed that a laboratory sample retained from the batch manufactured (stored in laboratory environmental conditions) also was a bit lumpy.
The following were checked and nothing out of the ordinary noticed:
- humidity/moisture in transport and storage air
- Milling temperatures
- alkali levels in clinker
- Gypsum purity
Can someone please guide me as to what else i can check to determine the possible cause of this phenomena?
Looking forward for your responses
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