43 Grade

43 Grade Cement attains compression strength of Forty-Three MPa (Mega Pascals) in 28 days of setting time.

43 Grade OPC Cement is usually used for Coating works, Non-RCC structures, Pathways etc wherever initial setting time isn't of importance.

53 Grade

53 Grade cement is used for fast paced construction were initial strength is to be achieved quickly. This cement has fast setting compared to 43 Grade cement. 53 Grade attains 27 MPa in 7 days compared to 23 MPa by 43 Grade cement.

53 Grade OPC cement is employed in RCC and pre-stressed concrete of higher grades, cement grouts, instant plugging mortars etc. wherever initial higher strength is that the criteria.


Portland Pozzolona Cement or PPC is manufactured by blending a mixture of ordinary portland cement and Pozzolana material like fly ash about 15 - 30 minutes by weight of cement.

The fineness of PPC will be larger than OPC. PPC is employed in the mass concreting, Marine structures, also under adverse condition conditions.

PSC Cement

Portland slag Cement or PSC Cement is manufactured by combining blast furnace slag, cement clinker and gypsum. The initial gain of strength is somewhat lesser in comparison to OPC, but it attains a lot of strength than OPC at the end of twelve months.

PSC is used in mass construction wherever lower heat of hydration is advantageous or in marine situations and structures near coastal region or usually for any structure where additional sturdiness is desired.

White Cement

White Cement can be used to coat internal & external surfaces of the walls that fills up the hairline cracks, that are developed on cement plaster surfaces thus reducing the water ooze within the structure. it's additionally used as a base coat before painting, to attain a higher shine.