cement gives you the opportunity to choose among all the colours of the spectrum when producing your concrete or dry mix. AALBORG WHITE
cement is the base colour. Read on and learn about the process.
- White concrete is obtained by mixing AALBORG WHITE cement with pure, light sand and white aggregates like white granite, white marble or crushed calcined flint.
- Light grey concrete is obtained by mixing with ordinary aggregates or with grey Portland cement.
- Coloured concrete is obtained by mixing with pigments.
AALBORG WHITE cement is often used in white or coloured dry mix for facings. This gives a vivid facing that protects the masonry and satisfies the aesthetic sense of the observer.
AALBORG WHITE cement is also perfect in concrete for panels, balconies, cornices, ornaments, paving stones and flags, sculptures, in terrazzo, for swimming pools and in light pointing mortar.
The light-reflecting properties of AALBORG WHITE cement provide traffic with additional safety when you produce kerbs, road-markings, medium barriers, tunnel linings and tunnel ramps.