Ordinary Portland Cements (OPC)
43 Grade Cement (OPC 43 Grade) - It is the most commonly used cement in all constructions including plain and reinforced cement concrete, brick and stone masonry, floors and plastering. It is also used in the finishing of all types of buildings, bridges, culverts, roads, water retaining structures, etc.
Some brands surpass BIS Specifications (IS 8112-1989 for 43 grade OPC) on compressive strength levels.
53 Grade Cement (OPC 53 Grade) - This is an Ordinary Portland Cement produced from high quality clinker ground with high purity gypsum.
53 Grade OPC provides high strength and durability to structures because of its optimum particle size distribution, superior crystalline structure and balanced phase composition.
Some brands surpass the requirements of IS: 12269-53 Grade.
This is special blended cement, produced by inter-grinding higher strength Ordinary Portland Cement clinker with high quality processed fly ash - based on norms set by the company's R&D division. This unique, value-added product has hydraulic binding properties not found in ordinary cements.
ACC Fly-ash based PPC easily replaces OPC and provides additional advantages for practically all types of construction applications - commercial, residential, bungalows, complexes, foundation, columns, beams, slabs and RCC jobs. It is especially recommended for mass concreting work, and where soil conditions and the prevailing environment take heavy toll of constructions made with ordinary cements.