What is the difference between ppc and opc cement?
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PPC (Portland Pozzolana Cement) is a type of blended cement, which is produced by inter-grinding of Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) clinker, gypsum and pozzolanic materials such as fly ash. It has high early strength, good durability and excellent resistance to sulfates and other aggressive conditions.
OPC (Ordinary Portland Cement) is a general purpose cement used for most construction activities and is produced by inter-grinding of clinker, gypsum and other additives. It is cost effective, readily available, has good strength properties and can be used for any type of construction.