A powdery substance made by calcining lime and clay, mixed with water to form mortar or mixed with sand, gravel, and water to make concrete
A hard cement containing iron, especially in the form of filings; (originally) such a cement used to bond to iron or fill gaps in it.
An iron-rich binding cement for joints, which oxidizes in reaction with the air and increases in volume, thus filling and sealing any voids and locking the joined parts together.
Reinforced concrete; = ferro-concrete (now rare).
A plaster which sets to a very hard finish, made with gypsum and borax.
Hydraulic cement used by the Romans, made from pozzolana.
A machine with a revolving drum used for mixing cement with sand, gravel, and water to make concrete
A building material in sheet form, consisting of a compressed mixture of sand, cement, and cellulose fibre
A cement or adhesive containing rubber in a solvent
A cement made of hydrated magnesium oxychloride, used mainly for floors; also called Sorel('s) cement.
A naturally occurring cement; specifically one made by calcining argillaceous limestone.
= Roman cement.
Cement manufactured from chalk and clay which hardens under water and when hard resembles Portland stone in colour
A kind of cement for mending china, glass, etc.
A cement made from natural or artificial pozzolana, lime, and water.