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Problems encountered in the use of reinforced concrete cement pipes

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更新时间:2019年09月17日15:40:51 打印此页 关闭 Clicks: 203 Updated: September 17, 2019 15:40:51 Print this page Close
In our daily use, most of the cement pipe products have been touched. No matter what type of cement pipe is, as long as it is helpful to our life, it is a good cement pipe. In order for us to use the cement pipe more reasonably and accurately in the future application, let's take a look at the treatment method when the surface temperature of the reinforced concrete drainage pipe is too high in the application of the cement pipe.

Cement pipe is a kind of prefabricated pipe made of cement and steel bars. It can be used as the city's sewage pipe and the water pipe used in some special factories and mines. Cement pipes are widely used in life. However, there are many problems encountered during the use of cement pipes. Many problems must be paid attention to during the use of cement pipes. High temperatures of cement pipes often occur, and the service life of cement pipes when such conditions occur. Is very influential.

If the subsequent mortar layer or concrete component is condensed, the strength of the cement pipe will be lost if it is often in a high temperature environment, mainly because of the hydroxide in the cement pipe under high temperature environmental conditions. Calcium will decompose. In addition, some aggregates can decompose or swell in high temperature environmental conditions.

Regarding long-term high-temperature locations, it is possible to use fire bricks to isolate and maintain general mortar or concrete. In very high temperature conditions, special heat-resistant concrete must be used for pouring. Adding a certain amount of finely ground heat-resistant material into the concrete is also a solution to the excessively high temperature of the cement pipe.
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