Types of products marketed

Cimangola produces and markets the following types of cement (under European Standard EN 197-1):


HUNDRED I – 52.5 N

Reinforced concrete, for all resistance classes with special advantage in C30/37 to C45/5
5 With high mechanical performance at 28 day
s Prefabrication prefabricated prefabricated concrete manufactured in high produ
ctivity conditions Light prefabrication with hi
gh turnover Injection caldas, Jet Grouting and Stake Construction of bridges
and viaducts Dam constru
ction Building support structure (beams and columns)


Ready or manufactured concrete on
the job Heavy prefabri
cation Light prefabrica
tion Injection syrups, Jet Grouting and Stake
construction of bridges and via
ducts Dam construction B
uilding support structure (beams and pillars) Concret
e pre-stressed to current ages Reinforc
ement and repair of concrete


Concrete ready or manufactured in medium strength c
onstruction Manufacture of blocks, and simple con
crete articles Road pavement
in general Light prefabrication under low rotation of molds
Direct and indirect foundations in non-aggressive environm
ents Soil and soil stabilization – cem
ent Prefabrication of blocks, shackle, pipes and other cement-based articles


Reinforced concrete, mainly indicated for resistance classes C12/15 to C25/30 Prefa
brication of large-mass concrete, simple concrete for general use in foundations and elevations
Mortars and concrete filling and regularization or laying, plastering and repair, Direct and indirect foundations in un aggressive environments


This type of cement reduces the hydration heat released after the start of concrete prey and can be used in various sit
uations Recommended for large works, where the size of structural elements can hinder healing procedures, such as very large foundation blocks, dams
Works exposed to chemical attacks such as dams, sewers, road paving , airport runways, industrial pavements

CEM II / B-M (V-S-L) 32.5 N

Portland Cement Composite CEM II / B-M 32.5 N is used in construction works. Its excellent workability, high resistance to chemical attacks and its low hydration heat make it especially suitable for special works than ordinary cements. European Standard EN 197 identifies cement by type and class. The cement identified above is of type II and of class 32.5 N.

      • Type II because it is a cement with additions (limestone, abrasion, ash or others defined by the standard).
      • Class 32.5 corresponds to compressive strength at 28 days should be greater than or equal to 32.5 Mpa.
      • The letter "N" of the reference indicates that the cement is of development of normal resistance at 2 days of curing.

CIM ASTM C150 Type V (American Standard)

Special cement of High Resistance to sulfates and corrosive environme
nts Does not contain additional components, exclusively clinker with a composition with a low content
of C3A and gypsum Ideal for construction of dams, pipes and sewage
systems Ideal for use in the oil indust
ry Used in marine works and industrial buildings

Klinker, New Year

Raw material for the production of cement and cement derivatives

Fly ash

Fly ash can be used as the main material in various cement-based products, such as spilled or projected concrete, blocks, bricks, and other artifacts. O
ne of the most common uses of fly ash is in pavement and road construction that requires large amounts of concrete where the incorporation of fly ash provides significant structural and economic quality benefits:

      • Increases compression resistance at later ages
      • Improves pumping and optimisation of mortar handling
      • Improves Cohesion in Permeability
      • Resistance to chemical attack
      • Resistance to chloride aggression
      • Resistance to cold weather
      • Production of dense concrete with smooth surface
      • Reduces the heat of concrete hydration
      • Allows a better water-cement ratio when compared to mixtures without ash
      • Reduces CO2 emissions