MP Birla Cement Samrat is a fly ash-based Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC) that conforms to IS: 1489. The right combination of Portland cement clinker, fly ash, and gypsum makes the product strong, durable, and ideal for all types of construction. What’s more? 70% of the particles found in MP Birla Cement Samrat are below 25 microns in size, ensuring early strength and faster setting time. Samrat is available in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, and Jharkhand.
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MP Birla Cement Samrat is well-known for its cohesive mix, which ensures that the concrete sets consistently and strongly. This results in a leak-proof concrete surface with a smooth finish that improves your home's aesthetic appeal.
MP Birla Cement Samrat is a high-quality cement used to build sturdy constructions quickly. It outperforms BIS criteria by a large margin, ensuring that the concrete is strong and long-lasting. This is especially crucial in home construction since the structure must last for a long time.
Another key feature of MP Birla Cement Samrat is that its low heat-of-hydration reduces cracks, patches, and peels. This implies that the concrete sets without generating a lot of heat, lowering the likelihood of cracks forming as a result of temperature variations.
MP Birla Cement Samrat is resistant to all kinds of corrosion, including chemical attacks such as sulphate and chloride. This makes it an ideal choice for residences in humid regions, as well as those near the seaside or with high pollution levels.
MP Birla Cement Samrat produces a cohesive mix resulting in a smooth finish. This makes it easier to deal with, requiring less time and effort to accomplish the desired result. It also makes it easier to put, shape, and mould the concrete, ensuring that it sets uniformly.
MP Birla Cement Samrat prevents the leaching of lime compounds and the formation of solid deposits on the surface of the concrete. This helps to preserve the aesthetic appeal of the concrete and decreases the need for maintenance over time. It also keeps solid deposits from forming, which can be unpleasant and difficult to remove.