A powerful adhesive used in construction is cement. Magnesia is one of the raw minerals used to make cement (magnesium oxide, MgO). Because the permitted limit for raw materials in cement is between 4 and 5 percent, it must have a low raw material composition.
The presence of fluorine compounds, phosphates, metal oxides and sulphides, as well as excessive alkalies, must all be strictly controlled in raw materials.
Another crucial raw ingredient is gypsum, which is added to the burned cement clinker during grinding at a rate of 5% to regulate the cement’s setting time.
Additionally, calcium sulphate or anhydrite can be used in place of calcium carbonate in a combined process that produces cement together with sulfuric acid. Normal processes turn the sulphur dioxide generated in the flue gases after combustion into sulfuric acid.
The Brunei Cement market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The manufacturer of Brunei Cement, ButraHeidelberg Cement (BHC), has taken the initiative to lower the price of cement in the nation rather than following the trend of growing costs.
As the only local cement producer, BHC constantly meets the nation’s demand for high-quality cement and works to uphold its commitment to the project.
Customers will benefit from this price drop, which is available at shops in all four districts, especially those who buy the 50-kilogram bagged cement. For their 50-kg bagged cement, BHC is also pushing a recommended retail price (RRP).
Even though the COVID-19 outbreak and the declining economy are both having a significant impact on BHC, they nonetheless made the decision to lower the price of cement.
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