Water Cement Ratio?

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Water cement ratios vary according to the quality of the cement. The more water a cement can take and still remain firm, the better its composition is. The ratio usually is of 0.25, but can go as high as 0.4 or 0.6 per cent of water - which out of 1 pound of cement, means 250 to 600 pounds of water.
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Water cement ratio is defined as the indicator of strength is the ratio of water used compared to the amount of cement. Lower the W/C ratio, higher will be the strength. A minimum
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1. Look at the mixing specifications on the bag of cement you've purchased for the water-to-cement mix ratio for 1 yard of cement. This number will be listed either in pounds or gallons
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