Texas Lehigh Portland Cement (Type I, ASTM C 150)
A Portland cement for use in precast, prestressed architectural concrete, cast-in-place structural concrete, terrazzo, stucco, concrete blocks, tile grout, and mortars. This product is used in general construction applications where the special properties specified for any other type are not required.
Texas Lehigh Portland Cement (Type II, ASTM C 150)
A Portland cement for use in applications (similar to Type I) where a low alkali cement is recommended. ASTM C 150 details the Type II description by stating: For general use, more especially when moderate sulfate resistance or moderate heat of hydration is desired.
Texas Lehigh Portland Cement (Type III, ASTM C 150)
A high-early strength Portland cement for use in manufacturing concrete products or in structural concrete applications. This cement gains strength rapidly at an early age, freeing forms and molds for faster re-use.
Texas Lehigh Portland Cement (Type V, ASTM C 150)
A Portland cement with special formulation to give customers an option where the field conditions are different to those “normal”. ASTM C 150 details the Type V description by stating: “For use when high sulfate resistance is desired”. And is used in places where high sulfur elements are present either solids (high sulfur content aggregates) or liquids (see water).
Texas Lehigh Masonry Cement (Type N, ASTM C 91)
A masonry cement that provides excellent and long-lasting workability, high water retention, maximum yield, and uniform color. When mixed with proper amounts of sand (ASTM C 144) this product will meet the requirements of ASTM C 270 (proportion specification) for Type N mortar.
Texas Lehigh Masonry Cement (Type S, ASTM C 91)
A masonry cement designed for those applications where additional mortar strength is required. When mixed with proper amounts of sand (ASTM C 144), this product will meet the requirements of ASTM C 270 (proportion specification) for Type S mortar.
Texas Lehigh Well Cement (Class H, API Spec 10A)
Intended for use as a basic cement from surface to a depth of 8000 ft as manufactured. This cement can be used with accelerators and retards at a wide range of depths and temperatures. It is specified that no additions except calcium sulfate or water, or both, shall be interground or blended with the clinker during the manufacture of Class H cement. Class H cement is available in High Sulfate Resistant type.