LUM Series Superfine Vertical Roller Grinding Mill
LUM Series Superfine Vertical Roller Grinding Mill

crusher dust cement mix

crusher dust cement mix

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    advantages & disadvantages of using crusher dust instead of sand in r.c.c work.. answer / nadim the only advantage of using crusher dust in concrete is to reduce the volume of sand in the concrete mix whereas the disadvantage if we use complete dust in mix is it get mix with cement and form concrete balls which is not good in concrete mix design

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    hi, would like to know if there any problems using crusher dust for my concrete instead of sand and gravel, the crusher dust has a fair bit of powder so it mixes ok but i'm want to use it for footings for raised floor of ganny flat, was going to use mix of 4:1 have used it for chooks pens etc and seems alright but don't know how strong it is to use for house footings. thanks rick