Komponent® or KSC Technology® has been used in thousands of floors in the U.S. for over 40 years. Unlike Portland cement concrete, which shrinks as it dries, shrinkage-compensating concrete expands. Expansion counteracts the natural tendency.
Type V resists severe sulfate attack and is typically used where concrete will be in contact with soils, saltwater, or groundwater with high sulfate levels. It is ideal anywhere concrete will be exposed to sulfates.
Masonry cement is the binding agent for mortar in brick and concrete block construction including structural, architectural, and landscape projects.