The cement products formed into large lumps, and no powder was seen. The cement product has been completely wet here, the strength has been completely lost, the cement product is no longer active, and it can no longer be used.
Part of the cement product is hard; the outside is hard and fast, and there is still powder inside. It is stated that the dampness of cement products is appropriately severe, and the strength has been lost by more than half. Cement prefabrication plants recommend sieving hard pieces with a sieve. For those that can be crushed into powder, crush them to determine the strength of the cement product from scratch. If the strength of the cement is not measured, it can only be used in areas where the force is small.
Cement products may be aggregated into small granules, but they can be turned into powder by pinching by hand, and the granules are not as fast as they can be. It is stated that the cement products have begun to get wet, but the situation is not serious, and the strength is not lost. The cement prefabrication plant suggested that we can find a way to press the cement product into powder or add the mixing time, and measure the cement strength from the beginning. Of course, if the strength check of the cement is not carried out, it can only be used in locations where the strength requirement is 15 to 20% lower than originally.