US 2016/0207834 A1

Binder comprising calcium sulfoaluminate cement and a magnesium compound

(22) 02.09.2014

(43) 21.07.2016

(57) The present invention relates to a binder comprising calcium sulfoaluminate (CSA) cement and a magnesium compound, to a method of enhancing strength development and/or increasing compressive strength of building structures from CSA binders and to the use of magnesium compounds as additives for increasing compressive strength of hydrated CSA binders.

(71) HeidelbergCement AG, Heidelberg (DE)

(73) HeidelbergCement AG, Heidelberg (DE)

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