This invention relates to a method of enhancing the later age strength of certain blended cements. Under the process of this invention, certain blended cements, in particular those made from cement clinkers containing at least 4% C.sub.4 AF, when mixed with up to 0.2% triisopropanolamine exhibit a marked increase in 7 and 28-day compressive strengths. The blended cements of this invention contain between 5 and 60% fillers or clinker substitutes. The triisopropanolamine strength enhancing additive may be admixed with the cement powder or may be interground with the cement clinker during finish milling.
Processing additives for blended cements
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