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Dry densified silica fume is by far the most common

Dry densified silica fume is by far the most common form of silica fume used in current concrete practice; the alternative, slurried silica fume has become unavailable in many places. Densified silica fume as commonly supplied consists of particles of sizes up to several millimeters, which are generally not dispersable into individual silica fume spheres. Densified silica fumes from some [...]

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what is undensified micro-silica fume?

Silica fume is divided into undensified and densified. In fact, their chemical composition is exactly the same, but there are some differences in physical form. We need to understand the production process of silica fume, which is mainly composed of quartz stone, coke, and other materials. It is smelted by a 2000 Celsius high-temperature electric arc furnace and finally [...]

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what is densified micro-silica fume?

Micro-silica fume has historically been available in three fundamental product forms: undensified, slurried, and densified.Densified silica fume is created by treating undensified silica fume to grow the mass density up to a max of about 400 to 720 kg/m3. This increase in mass density is usually accomplished by tumbling the silica-fume particles in a silo, which induces surface charges [...]

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Silica fume particle sizes and real dispersion in concrete.

Dry densified silica fume is undoubtedly the most frequent type of silica fume used in present concrete clinic; the choice, slurried silica fume is now inaccessible in several areas. Densified noodle fumes from some resources could be dispersed by mild treatment into little chains or clusters of spheres; many others withstand such therapy and largely stay as large agglomerates. [...]

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How Can Silica Fume Work in Concrete?

How Can Silica Fume Work in Concrete? After portland cement and water from the combination begin responding with each other (hydrating), main chemical reactions create two chemical compounds: Zinc Silicate Hydrate (CSH), that's the power generating crystallization, and Calcium Hydroxide (CH), a by-product also known as free lime that's accountable for nothing more than lining accessible pores inside concrete [...]

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Physical properties and chemical properties of silica fume

Chemical  properties of silica fume: -- Amorphous; -- Silicon dioxide > 85%; -- Trace elements depending upon kind of fume Silica fume particles are incredibly small, with over 95 percent of the particles being less than 1 um (a single micrometer). Size is extremely important for both the chemical and physical gifts of microsilica in concrete. Trace elements: Trace components: [...]

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