Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC)

1. Brij Cement
2. Jumbo Cement
3. Laxmi Cement
4. Brij Super Kings
5. Brij Gold
6. Brij Smart

Brij Cement (PPC) is a market leader among all blended/composite cements in the markets Nepal. Its unique design and blend, with high strength clinker and superior quality flyash has made it the popular cement for construction of large number of strong and durable structures. Fine particles of Brij Cement (PPC) when mixed with water readily form a smooth paste, which results in a smooth surface. When used with sand and aggregates it yields a very strong & durable concrete. Brij Cement (PPC) helps to produce more cohesive concrete and mortar which is also less prone to segregation and bleeding. Due to this quality, Brij Cement (PPC) is suitable for any type of structural application. Use of superior quality flyash in Brij Cement (PPC) not only reduces the incidence of lime leaching from concrete and mortar but also results in refined pore structure, reduced permeability and long term strength gain. These attributes make the construction strong, compact, impermeable and resistant to chemical attacks.

Brij Cement (PPC) is being used for a number of applications like housing, commercial complexes, roads, wells, canals, dams etc. which establishes Brij Cement (PPC) as the preferred choice of the discerning customer.

Qualities of Brij Cement (PPC)
Unmatched characteristics of Brij Cement (PPC) which form the basis of sound & durable construction are:

  • Better workability due to spherical shape of flyash particles and better slump retention.
  • Better pumpability – provides more cohesive concrete and mortar
  • Superfine particles provide great finish to the structure.
  • Provides un-segregated concrete of better integrity.
  • Low heat of hydration.
  • Reduced shrinkage and swelling.
  • Better pore refinement, reduced permeability.
  • Better resistance to chloride and sulphate attack
  • Better resistance to alkali-silica reaction.
  • Resistance to corrosive attack on steel reinforcement.
  • Reduced lime leaching.
  • High compressive strength.
  • High modulus of elasticity especially at later ages.
  • Improved bondage of concrete to steel.
  • Long term strength gain.