Product : CEMENT Back To top

 Portland Cement - ORDINARY GREY PORTLAND CEMENT 42.5 R - BS 12/1996 OR DIN EN 197-1:2000 OR ASTM C-15 Portland cement (often referred to as OPC, from Ordinary Portland Cement) is the most common type of cement in general use around the world because it is a basic ingredient of concrete, mortar, stucco and most non-specialty grout. It is a fine powder produced by grinding Portland cement clinker (more than 90%), a limited amount of calcium sulfate (which controls the set time) and up to 5% minor constituents as allowed by various standards There are two types of gray Portland cement: TS EN 197-1-CEM I with 42.5R and 52.5N standards. The strength of these types depends on the high amount of C3S in the cement.


These are the most popular cement types, especially in the high strength concrete class and in the construction of tall buildings. It is popular in pre-stretched prefabricated applications in particular, tunnel mould systems and in the construction of mass housing.

 

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 Application

·         Building Construction

·         Ground granulated blast furnace slag cement

·         Pozzolana cement

·         Silica fume cement

Typical Properties

Physical Requirements

Requirement as per IS:12269:1987

Unit

Laboratory Test Result

Fineness Specific Surface

225 ( Min )

m2/kg.

325

Standard Consistency

 

%

31.50

Setting time 
(1) Initial
(2) Final

30 ( Min ) 600 ( Max )

Minutes
Minutes

125 175

Soundness Expansion measured by 
(1) Le - chatelier Method         
(2) Auto Clave

10.0 ( Max ) 0.80 ( Max )

m.m. %

1 0.12

Compressive Strength 
(1) 72 ± 1h (3 Days)
(2) 168 ± 2h (7 Days)
(3) 672 ± 4h (28 Days)

27 ( Min )
37 ( Min )
53 ( Min )

Mpa
Mpa
Mpa

50
61
72

Chemical Requirements

 

 

 

Lime Saturation Factor

0.80 to 1.02

Ratio

0.90

Alumina Iron Ratio

0.66 ( Min )

Ratio

1.36

Insoluble Residue(by mass)

3.0 ( Max )

%

0.89

Magnesia(by mass)

6.0 ( Max )

%

1.32

Sulphuric Anhydride(by mass)

3.0 ( Max )

%

1.76

Loss on ignition

4.0 ( Max )

%

1.02

Chloride Content(by mass)

0.10 ( Max )

%

0.035

The above cement complies with the requirement of IS : 12269 : 1987 For 53 Grade Ordinary Portland Cement

Product : FLY ASH Back To top

            STALLION ENERGY’S Fly ash usually refers to ash produced during combustion of coal. Fly ash is generally captured by electrostatic or other particle filtration equipment before the flue gases reach the chimneys of coal-fired power plants.

              There are two types of fly ash available in the market Class F and Class C. We are one of the leading manufacturers and supplier of High quality fly ash Class F. This fly ash is pozzolanic in nature, and contains less than 20% lime (CaO). Possessing pozzolanic properties, the glassy silica and alumina of Class F fly ash requires a cementing agent, such as Portland cement, quicklime, or hydrated lime, with the presence of water in order to react and produce cementitious compounds.

               Now a day’s Fly ash is widely used in the Concrete production / ready mix concrete, as a substitute material for Portland cement and sand. It also can be used in manufacturing of bricks pavements, Portland Pozzolana cement, AAC (Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Blocks) etc. To cater local demands, fly ash generally transported in bulkers, For exports we supply fly ash packed in 1.4 M.T inner liner jumbo bags. 30 kg HDPE bag, packing can be made possible for specific demand. 

 

 

 

 

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Typical Properties

Chemical Properties

Test protocol

Test Result

Silica as SiO2 %

ASTM C 114-2011b(6.3)

57.5

Alumina as AL2O3 %

ASTM C 114-2011b

23.22

Iron as Fe2O3 %

ASTM C 114-2011b

7.61

Titanium as TiO2 %

ASTM C 114-2011b

1.28

Calcium as Cao %

IS:5919:1990(Reaff. 2010)

3.78

Magnesium as MgO %

IS:5919:1990(Reaff. 2010)

2.92

Sodium as Na2O %

ASTM C 114-2011b

0.96

Potassium as K2O %

ASTM C 114-2011b

1.17

Sulphates as SO3 %

ASTM C 114-2011b

0.44

Phosphorus as P2O5 %

ASTM C 114-2011b

0.18

Chloride as CI %

IS:1760(part 3) - 1992(Reaff.2011)

0.0007

Physical Properties

Test Protocol

Test Result

Moisture as MOI %

ASTM C 311-11b

0.05

Loss on ignition %

ASTM C 114-2011b

0.26

Residue greater than 45 micron sieve on wet basis %

IS:1607-1977(Reaff. 2011)

14.66

 

 

Product : READY MIX CONCRETE Back To top

 STALLION ENERGY PVT. LTD.is one of the prominent suppliers of superior quality Ready Mix Concrete grade M10, M15, M20, M25, M30, M35, M-40 & M-45 etc.

 

These are manufactured using quality raw materials at well equipped infrastructure units in compliance with Indian Standards.

 

Our grades are made-up using fine quality raw materials and updated methods under the strict surveillance of our team of experts.

 

Our grades are manufactured with sophisticated technology at highly advanced processing units using quality inputs like Portland 53 Grade cement, GGBS & Fly Ash, Aggregate & Admixture.

 

Our grades are widely known in the market for features like high & early strength to with stand tough climatic conditions and better durability.

 Moreover, our valuable clients can avail these ranges from us at reasonable prices.

 

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Concrete Grade

Cube Strength (Mpa)

3 days

7 Days

28 days

M-20

16.30

24.80

30.82

M-25

19.80

28.60

34.80

M-30

22.60

34.80

41.30

M-35

31.87

41.74

50.67

M-40

31.97

45.52

65.13

M-45

34.98

45.60

52.52

 

 

Product : GGBFS Back To top

 Ground-granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBS or GGBFS) is obtained by quenching molten iron slag (a by-product of iron and steel-making) from a blast furnace in water or steam, to produce a glassy, granular product that is then dried and ground into a fine powder. It is suitable for applications in marine environment, mass concreting and sulphate environment, water retaining structures, basement and other structures which require low heat of hydration.

GGBFS is off-white in colour and substantially lighter than Portland cement. The whitish colour is also observed in concrete made with GGBS, especially at addition of 50% and above. The more pleasing appearance of GGBFS concrete can help soften the visual impact of large structure such as bridges, retaining walls, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENHANCED DURABILITY

  • Enhanced durability and strength—longer life
  • Enhanced architectural appearance—reduced need for other expensive finishes or painting
  • Enhanced environmental performance—reduce the risk of attracting carbon taxes
  • Lower maintenance costs
  • Enhanced life cycle
  • No additional premium on material costs
  • Overall better value for money

 

Strength gain in %

7 days

28 days

90 days

100%OPC

75

100

110

50%OPC+50%GGBS

50

95

115

30%OPC+70%GGBS

45

95

120

Compressive strength N/mm2

7 days

28 days

90 days

Development from 7 to 90 days (%)

100%OPC

40

53

60

50

20%GGBS+80%OPC

35

52

57

63

30%GGBS+70%OPC

32

50

60

88

50%GGBS+50%OPC

30

47

56

87

70%GGBS+30%OPC

25

45

58

132

COMPARISON TABLE WITH INDIAN STANDARD AND BRITISH STANDARD

Properties

Requirements as per BS: 6699 : 1996

Requirement as per IS Standard - 12089 - 1987

Stallion Energy Pvt. Ltd. Test Report (%)

Fineness (m2/kg)

275 (min.)

-

382

Insoluble residue (IR %)

1.5 (max.)

5% (Max)

0.52

Magnesia content (MgO%)

14.0 (max.)

17% (Max)

8.06

Sulphide sulphur (SO3 %)

2.00 (max.)

2% (Max)

1.58

Loss on Ignition (LOI %)

3.00 (max.)

-

0.70

Manganese content (MnO%)

2.00 (max.)

5.5% (Max)

0.34

Glass content (%)

67 (min.)

85% (Min)

95

Chemical module

 

-

-

(a) CaO+MgO+SiO2

66.66 (min.)

-

79.42

(b) CaO+MgO/SiO2

>1.0

-

1.24

(c) CaO/SiO2

<1.4

-

1.01

(a) (CaO+MgO+Al2O3) / Sio2

-

1.0 (Min)

1.64

TYPICAL CHEMICAL RESULT – GGBFS OF STALLION ENERGY PVT.LTD.

 

Characteristic

Laboratory Test Report (%)

Silica as SiO2 %

35.47

Calcium as CaO %

35.89

Magnesium as MgO %

8.06

Iron Oxide as Fe2O3 %

2.41

Alumina as Al2O3 %

14.27

Loss on Ignition

0.70

Insoluble Residue %

0.52

Manganese Oxide MnO %

0.34

Alkalies

0.20

Sulphide Sulphur as SO3 %

1.58

Fineness cm2/gm

3820

Product : MICRO SILICA Back To top

 Stallion Energy Pvt Ltd.’sMicro Silica (Silica fume) is a super pozzolan, ultrafine material which makes durable concrete with higher compressive strength and low permeability having better finish. Blending with Portland cement, Micro Silica improves the properties of Concrete and Cement products. In concrete it improves durability, strength gain, workability, flow ability and reduces segregation.

 

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TYPICAL PROPERTIES

 

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Unit

Result Obtained

Protocol

Silica as SiO2

%

92.80

ASTM C-114

Alumina as Al2O3

%

0.60

ASTM C-114

Iron as Fe2O3

%

0.30

ASTM C-114

Magnesium as MgO

%

0.60

ASTM C-114

Total Alkalis as ( Na2O+0.658 K2O)

%

1.17

ASTM C-114

Sulphur Trioxide as SO3

%

Less Than 0.10

ASTM C-114

pH of 20% Soln.

--

8.83

By pH meter

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

Unit

Result Obtained

Protocol

Density

Mg/M3

1.89

ASTM C-1240

Specific Surface Area (BET)

M2/gm

16.44

ASTM C-1240

Bulk Density

Kg/M3

700

ASTM C-1240

Moisture

%

1.17

ASTM C-311

Loss on Ignition

%

1.60

ASTM C-311

Accelerated Pozzolanic Strength Activity Index with Portland Cement at 7 Days

%

>106.3

ASTM C 1240 : 2005

 

Product : GBFS Back To top

 Granulated blast-furnace slag (GBFS ) is obtained by quenching molten iron slag (a by-product of iron and steel-making) from a blast furnace in water or steam, to produce a glassy, granular product that is then dried and ground into a fine powder. It is suitable for applications in marine environment, mass concreting and sulphate environment, water retaining structures, basement and other structures which require low heat of hydration. GGBFS is off-white in colour and substantially lighter than Portland cement. The whitish colour is also observed in concrete made with GGBS, especially at addition of 50% and above. The more pleasing appearance of GGBFS concrete can help soften the visual impact of large structure such as bridges, retaining walls, etc

 

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CHEMICAL RESULT

 

Characteristics

unit

Range

Typical   Result

Silica as SiO2 %

(%)

32.00 to 38.00

36.70

Calcium as CaO %

(%)

32.00 to 38.00

34.62

Magnesium as MgO %

(%)

6.00 to 10.00

8.90

Iron Oxide as Fe2O3 %

(%)

0.70 to 1.50

1.00

Alumina as Al2O3 %

(%)

14.00 to 18.00

17.20

Loss on ignition

(%)

0.50 to 0.80

0.50

Insoluble Residue

(%)

1.50 to 2.50

1.80

Manganese Oxide MnO %

(%)

0.70 to 09.0

0.34

Glass contents

(%)

92.0 to 95.0

92.50

 

 

Product : VIVA FINES Back To top

Stallion Energy Pvt Ltd.'s viva fines is, ultrafine material which makes durable concrete with higher comoressive strenth and low permeability having better finish. Blending with portland cement, Viva Fines improve the properties of concrete and cement products. In concrete it improves durability, strength gain, workability, flow ability and reduces segregation.

 

 

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COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR STANDARD MIX OF M60 WITH VIVA FINES 

ITEM

RATE PER KG (RS.)

MIX W/O VIVA FINES - A

MIX WITH VIVA FINES - B

CEMENT+SILICA FUMES+FA (Kg)

COST/ CUBIC METER (INR)

CEMENT+VIVA FINES+FA (Kg)

COST / CUBIC METER (INR)

CEMENT

5

430

2150

430

2150

SILICAFUME

25

50

1250

0

0

VIVA FINES

25

0

0

50

1250

FLY ASH(FA)

1.5

80

120

80

120

ADMIXTURE

130

7.67

997.1

5.59

726.7

TOTAL(RS.)

 

 

4517.1

 

4246.7

  NET SAVINGS/CUM (A-B) = RS. 4517.1 - 4246.7 = RS. 270.4

 

MIX DESIGN ADOPTED FOR M60 GRADE OF CONCRETE

 

BASIC MATERIALS

W/O VIVA FINES

WITH VIVA FINES

CEMENT

430

430

SILICAFUMES

50

0

VIVA FINES

0

50

FLY ASH

80

50

WATER

159

140

AGG 20 MM

545

530

AGG 10 MM

365

360

MANUFACTURED SAND

175

170

NATURAL SAND

665

650

ADMIXTURE DOSES

1.30%

1.00%

 RESULT OBTAINEED M60 GRADE OF CONCRETE 

 

ADMIXTURE DOSE

1.30%

1.00%

FRESH CONCRETE PROPERTIES : (WORKABILITY)

INITIAL

COLLAPSE

COLLAPSE

30 MIN

COLLAPSE

240

60 MIN

200

220

90 MIN

180

200

120 MIN

160

180

HARDENDED CONCRETE PROPERTIES: (COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH)

1 DAY

22.5

24.2

3 DAYS

36.5

38.3

7 DAYS

54.71

56.3

28 DAYS

68.77

70.69

 

COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR A STANDARD MIX OF GRADE M80 WITH VIVA FINES

ITEM

RATE PER KG (RS.)

MIX W/O VIVA FINES - A

MIX WITH VIVA FINES - B
 

CEMENT + SILICA FUMES + FA  (Kg)

COST/CUBIC METER(INR)

CEMENT + VIVA FINES + FA (Kg) 

 COST/CUBIC METER (INR)

CEMENT 

5

460

 2300

460 

2300 

SILICS FUMES

25

50

 1250

 0

 0

VIVA FINES

25

0

 0

50 

 1250

FLY ASH (FA)

1.5

80

 120

80 

 120

ADMIXTURE

130

6.49

843.7 

5.31 

 690.3

TOTAL (RS)

 

 

 4513.7

 

 

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Product : AGGREGATES Back To top

 Construction aggregate, or simply "Aggregate", is a broad category of coarse particulate material used in construction. Aggregates are composed of various materials used in construction work as foundation. It includes sand, slag, stone and gravel etc. We serve the best quality of aggregates (10 mm & 20mm) all across the Gujarat from various sourcing region( i.e Sayla , Vadagam, Sevalia, Beti –Bamanbore etc) . The aggregates ( 10 mm & 20mm) that we offer acts as reinforcement to add strength & durability to the overall composite material which gets used for constructions. The aggregates that we offer is goes through the quality inspection process. We offer this product at very reasonable price range.