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Calcium aluminate cement suppliers, Kern County

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  • Calcium aluminate cement suppliers, Kern County

    Hi all its been a long time..

    I'm working on test oven for the new bakery and I am seeking a supplier for CAC in or around Kern County, CA.

    At this time I'm only looking for the cement. I will be making my own mix for the refractory concrete but cannot find a local source for the cement.. I am about 150 miles away from the L.A. area.

    If no one knows a source for just the cement I suppose I will have to go with pre mixed bags.

    Thank you for any help

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    Re: Calcium aluminate cement suppliers, Kern County

    It is also called Ciment Fondu here in Australia. Made by Kerneos, was made by Lafarge.