TCC Materials® Portland Cement - Type I
Designed for use in a variety of applications, Type I TCC Portland cements are manufactured to meet virtually any construction challenge and meets all requirements as outlined in ASTM C150. Portland cement is one of the most widely used basic building materials in the United States because it is durable, dependable, cost-effective, and suitable for a variety of concrete construction applications. Portland is used to construct pavements, sidewalks, reinforced concrete buildings, bridges, railway structures, tanks, reservoirs, culverts, water pipe, and masonry units and provides strength characteristics for conventional ready mix requirements, as well as construction where high strength is needed. TCC Materials offers Type I gray Portland cement in 92.6 lb. bags (BOM #100908) and 46.2 lb. bags (BOM #100910).
TCC Materials® Portland Cement - Type III
Designed for use in a variety of applications, TCC Portland Type III Cements (BOM #100722) are manufactured to meet virtually any construction challenge and meets all requirements as outlined in ASTM C150. Portland Type III Cements provides high early strength and are ideally suited for a variety of concrete construction applications. Type III is often used for those jobs where a structure must be put into service quickly, or when forms need to be removed as soon as possible, such as pre-cast or pre-stress applications.
White Portland Cement - Type I
Lehigh White Type I (BOM #100371) meets ASTM C150 Standard Specification for Portland Cement. Uses: precast and pre-stressed architectural concrete, cast-in-place architectural and structural concrete, architectural concrete masonry, swimming pools and spas, colored mortars, ornamental statuary, reflective floors, floor tiles and pavers, cast stone, terrazzo, tile grout, glass fiber reinforced concrete products, concrete countertops, concrete roof tiles, traffic calming and delineation, median barriers, bridge parapets, sound walls, retaining walls, tunnel construction, reflective concrete paving.
Sakrete® Portland Cement
Sakrete® Portland Cement (BOM #120022) is a Type I-II gray cement. A basic building material, when blended with sand, stone or gravel it is used for pavement, sidewalks, slabs and more.
TCC Materials® Masonry Cement
TCC Materials® Masonry Cement is designed to be mixed with masonry sand to create masonry mortar for various applications such as brick and stone. Type N Masonry Cement (BOM #100920) is used for non-structural, above-grade applications such as setting brick or stone veneer and comes in a 70 lb. bag. Type S Masonry Cement (BOM #100917) is designed for structural above-grade or below-grade application and comes in a 75 lb. bag. Type M Masonry Cement (BOM #100868) is used for structural, below-grade, load-bearing walls where higher compressive strengths are needed and comes in a 70 lb. bag.
Akona® Refractory Mortar
Akona® Medium-Duty Refractory Mortar (BOM #104319) is a dry, preblended mortar ideally suited for setting masonry units in fireplaces (outdoor or indoor), fire pits, BBQ's, or chimney applications such as setting clay flue liners. Our refractory mortar is air-entrained for freeze-thaw resistance, offers great workability, high strength, and a one-hour working time. Good for temperatures up to 2,550°F and has passed ASTM C199, ASTM C1283, and ASTM E136.
ProSpec® Refractory Mortar
ProSpec® Refractory Mortar is a specially-engineered blend of specific cements and aggregates giving the mortar unique heat-resistance and thermal characteristics for use in high-temperature applications such as inside fire pit rings, setting chimney clay flue liners, parging a smoke chimney chamber, and setting fire bricks. Passes ASTM C 199 for mortar temperature limits to 2,550°F for a minimum of 6 hours. Available in 50 lb. bags (BOM #120924) and 10 lb. pails (BOM #120913).
TechMix® Masonry Cement
TechMix® Masonry Cement is designed to be mixed with masonry sand to create masonry mortar applications for brick and stone with consistent strength, durability, and workability. Climate conditions, exposure, and engineering requirements must be considered when selecting the mortar type.
Each type conforms to ASTM C-91 Standard Specification for Masonry Cement, and are used to produce ASTM C270 for Type N, Type S, or Type M mortars respectfully.