Rosendale Cements

Rosendale cements are important in the history of the evolution of high magnesian cements and are further evidence of the extreme durability, excellent workability and strong adhesion of the Tec and Eco-Cements made by TecEco.

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The Century House Historical Society is a not-for-profit educational organization dedicated to the industrial history of the Rosendale natural cement region. The Society is located at the Snyder Estate in New York's historic Hudson Valley. 17 April 2006
Web site for the American Natural Cement Organisation 17 April 2006

NaturalCement.org

Society for the Preservation of Historic Cements, Inc. Focussed on Rosendale cmenets first used in the United States in the late 18th Century. In 1825, commercial mining and processing operations were begun in an area in New York's Hudson Valley, in and around the town of Rosendale in Ulster County 17 April 2006
Rosendale Natural Cement was a common material of construction for large masonry and early concrete structures in the 19th and early 20th Centuries in eastern USA. It was prized for its fast early set, allowing much more rapid construction than lime putty masonry mortars. It was also recognized for its exceptional durability, even under severe exposures. Rosendale cements contained 10-30% MgO depending on the manufacturer and quarry. 17 April 2006

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