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Alamo Roman and Portland Cement Company,

2021-11-2  - Significance: Organized on January 15, 1880, the Alamo Roman and Portland Cement Company claims to be the first manufacturing establishment to produce true Portland cement west of the Mississippi River. The manufacturing plant was established at this site and, from the cement rock taken from the ...

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Portland Type I/II Grey Cement Legends Stone Natural ...

Alamo cement, a trusted brand since 1880, is a premium brand of Portland Cement available in 92lb bags. Alamo Portland Grey Cement is a hydraulic cement conforming to ASTM C 150. Alamo carefully selects and blends the raw materials and follows stringent quality control procedures in the manufacturing of Alamo Portland cement.

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Alamo Roman and Portland Cement Company,

Significance: Organized on January 15, 1880, the Alamo Roman and Portland Cement Company claims to be the first manufacturing establishment to produce true Portland cement west of the Mississippi River. The manufacturing plant was established at this site and, from the cement rock taken from the adjacent quarry, began producing cement in 1880 ...

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Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company Historical

2013-5-10  Loyd and Kalteyer, along with other investors, organized the Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company, which was chartered in January 1880. This, the first portland cement plant west of the Mississippi, began with on intermittent pot kiln. A second pot kiln was added in 1881, when the company name was changed to Alamo Cement Company.

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TSHA Alamo Cement Company

1994-11-1  Alamo Cement Company. The Alamo Cement Company was chartered in 1880 after Englishman William Loyd discovered what he believed to be a natural cement rock near San Antonio. With the help of chemist George H. Kalteyer, who confirmed that the rock's lime and clay could produce Portland cement, Loyd organized a group of investors to form the Alamo ...

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SAFETY DATA SHEET for Portland cement SECTION 1 ...

Manufacturer's Name and Address: ALAMO CEMENT COMPANY P.O. Box 34807 San Antonio, Texas 78265 Telephone Numbers: In Texas: 1(210) 208-1880 Other: 1(800) 292-5510 Chemical Name and Synonyms: Portland cement. Portland cement is also known as hydraulic cement. Preparation Date: June 9th, 2020. Replaces previous versions.

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Alamo Cement LinkedIn

2021-11-7  Alamo Cement 399 followers on LinkedIn. Producing and providing Portland cement for the Texas market since 1880 Products produced, Type I/II Type III Masonry N Masonry S Plant location, San ...

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Products — Adkins Materials

Alamo Portland Cement . Alamo Masonry Type-S Cement. Alamo Masonry Cement. Lehigh White Cement. Texas Tan Cement . Quickrete . Landscaping Supplies More. Weed Barrier - 3'x50', 3'x100', 4'x'100', 3'x300', 4'x300', and 6'x300' Edging - Brown, Black, and Green. 4"x10"

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Jingu House

In 1880, Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company (later called Alamo Cement Company) began to use the quarry. When the company needed rail lines to expand production, it purchased a new site and closed its Brackenridge Park operation in 1908 READ MORE

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Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company Historical

2013-5-10  Loyd and Kalteyer, along with other investors, organized the Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company, which was chartered in January 1880. This, the first portland cement plant west of the Mississippi, began with on intermittent pot kiln. A second pot kiln was added in 1881, when the company name was changed to Alamo Cement Company.

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Alamo Roman and Portland Cement Company,

Significance: Organized on January 15, 1880, the Alamo Roman and Portland Cement Company claims to be the first manufacturing establishment to produce true Portland cement west of the Mississippi River. The manufacturing plant was established at this site and, from the cement rock taken from the adjacent quarry, began producing cement in 1880 ...

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Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Works, San Antonio,

2014-6-7  The Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Works - the first Portland cement factory west of the Mississippi - was a critical supplier for the many Texas public works projects of the late 19th and early 20th century. Its story begins in 1879, when visiting Englishman, William Loyd, came upon an old San Antonio quarry. The stone reminded him of rock he ...

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Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company - San

2014-10-14  Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company (HM18DP) Location: San Antonio, TX 78212 Bexar County Buy Texas State flags at Flagstore! Country: United States of America Buy United States of America flags at Flagstore! N 29° 27.642', W 98° 28.595'

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Products — Adkins Materials

Alamo Portland Cement . Alamo Masonry Type-S Cement. Alamo Masonry Cement. Lehigh White Cement. Texas Tan Cement . Quickrete . Landscaping Supplies More. Weed Barrier - 3'x50', 3'x100', 4'x'100', 3'x300', 4'x300', and 6'x300' Edging - Brown, Black, and Green. 4"x10"

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An Evaluation of Lime and Cement Stabilization

land cement and hydrated lime. The cement was Type I port­ land cement manufactured by Alamo Cement Company of San Antonio, Texas. The lime was hydrated lime manufactured by Austin White Lime Company of Austin, Texas. The three soils were treated with 4 and 7 percent portland cement or hydrated lime, based on the dry weight of the soil.

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Alamo Masonry Cement SDS 05-27-2015 Pages 1 - 7 - Flip

2020-5-31  ALAMO SAFETY DATA SHEET for Masonry Cement SECTION 1 - IDENTIFICATION Product Name: Masonry Cement, Type N Masonry, Type S Masonry, Type N White Masonry Manufacturer's Name and Address: ALAMO CEMENT COMPANY P.O. Box 34807 San Antonio, Texas 78265 Telephone Numbers: In Texas: 1(210)208-1880 Other: 1(800)292-5510

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Abandoned American factories that'll give you chills

2021-9-17  Cementville was demolished in 1980 to make room for a shopping center, so ruins of the original Portland Cement Plant in San Antonio — Alamo Cement moved from this plant after 1907 — are all ...

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Jingu House

In 1880, Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company (later called Alamo Cement Company) began to use the quarry. When the company needed rail lines to expand production, it purchased a new site and closed its Brackenridge Park operation in 1908 READ MORE

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Towards net-zero: Low CO2 cement production

2021-3-4  The product is a blended Portland Limestone Cement (PLC) that comprises clinker, fly ash, limestone and gypsum, with CO 2 emissions 22% lower than for standard cement. Cementos Argos announced the completion of work on a new 0.45Mt/yr calcined clay production line at its Rio Claro plant in Colombia in February 2020. it will enable Cementos ...

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Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Works, San Antonio,

2014-6-7  The Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Works - the first Portland cement factory west of the Mississippi - was a critical supplier for the many Texas public works projects of the late 19th and early 20th century. Its story begins in 1879, when visiting Englishman, William Loyd, came upon an old San Antonio quarry. The stone reminded him of rock he ...

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Alamo Cement LinkedIn

2021-11-7  Alamo Cement 399 followers on LinkedIn. Producing and providing Portland cement for the Texas market since 1880 Products produced, Type I/II Type III Masonry N Masonry S Plant location, San ...

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Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company - San

2014-10-14  Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company (HM18DP) Location: San Antonio, TX 78212 Bexar County Buy Texas State flags at Flagstore! Country: United States of America Buy United States of America flags at Flagstore! N 29° 27.642', W 98° 28.595'

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Jingu House

In 1880, Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company (later called Alamo Cement Company) began to use the quarry. When the company needed rail lines to expand production, it purchased a new site and closed its Brackenridge Park operation in 1908 READ MORE

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Product Specification Sheet - Bulk Concrete

2019-12-19  Portland Cement is a basic building material, which is used in a wide variety of commercial and architectural concrete construction applications. Concrete made with Portland Cement using the proper mix design can be resistant to the attack of harsh environmental influences, such as frost and de-icing chemicals. Uses include:

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TEXAS CEMENT INDUSTRY - Portland Cement Association

2015-10-29  cement. Portland cement is not a brand name, but the generic term for the type of cement used in virtually all concrete, just as stainless is a type of steel and sterling a type of silver. Cement is manufactured by heating lime, silica, alumina, iron, and other materials at high temperature. The resulting substance is a marble-like ball

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Portland Cement Association Centennial, 1916-2016

Portland Cement Association Centennial, 1916-2016. In 2016, the Portland Cement Association (PCA) is celebrating its centennial year. During the last 100 years, PCA is widely-recognized as the authority on the technology, economics, and applications of cement and concrete. The anniversary marks an occasion to not only celebrate the association ...

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Products-Cement

Concrete is formed with portland cement creates a paste with water that binds with sand and rock to harden. Because of it strength, durability, and moldability, the limit to cement’s use as a construction material is truly limited only by your

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Towards net-zero: Low CO2 cement production

2021-3-4  The product is a blended Portland Limestone Cement (PLC) that comprises clinker, fly ash, limestone and gypsum, with CO 2 emissions 22% lower than for standard cement. Cementos Argos announced the completion of work on a new 0.45Mt/yr calcined clay production line at its Rio Claro plant in Colombia in February 2020. it will enable Cementos ...

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Concrete Cement EPDs - Lehigh Hanson, Inc.

Lehigh Cement was the first cement producer to publish plant product specific EPDs with the new 2020 North American PCR for portland, blended, masonry, mortar and plastic (stucco) cements outlined by NSF International, National Center for Sustainability Standards.

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