US 2019/0135699 A1

Compositions and methods for controlling setting of carbonatable calcium silicate cements containing hydrating materials

(22) 21.12.2018

(43) 09.05.2019

(57) The invention provides compositions and methods for controlling setting of carbonatable calcium silicate compositions that are contaminated with hydrating materials. These carbonatable calcium silicate cements are suitable for use as non-hydraulic cement that hardens by a carbonation process and may be applied in a variety of concrete components in the infrastructure, construction, pavement and landscaping industries.

(71) Solidia Technologies, Inc., Piscataway, NJ (US)

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