US 2016/0272544 A1

Microstructured carbonatable calcium ­silicate clinkers and methods thereof

(22) 18.03.2016

(43) 22.09.2016

(57) The invention provides novel, microstructured clinker and cement materials that are characterized by superior grindability and reactivity. The disclosed clinker and cement materials are based on carbonatable calcium silicate and can be made from widely available, low cost raw materials via a process suitable for large-scale production. The method of the invention is flexible in equipment and processing requirements and is readily adaptable to manufacturing facilities of conventional Portland cement.

(71) Solidia Technologies, Inc., Piscataway, NJ (US); Lafarge, Paris (FR)


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