Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) offers great durability, reducing the likelihood of concrete thermal cracking, and it improves concrete’s resistance to damage from alkali-silica reaction, sulphates and chlorides.
Certification: BS EN 15167-1
By-product of existing industrial processes
Durability; GGBS reduces the likelihood of concrete thermal cracking
Helps to improve the reflectivity
Improves concrete’s resistance to damage
Mortar and grout
Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) is a cement substitute that improves durability. It is a by-product of the iron-making industry. GGBS, used in a concrete mix, offers a good alternative to traditional Portland Cement.
The abbreviation GGBS or GGBFS are interchangeable and mean Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag.
As a by-product of existing industrial processes, GGBS is even more sustainable than other cement substitutes, such as fly ash. Our products conform to BS EN 15167-1. This is the British standard for using Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag in concrete, mortar, and grout.
GGBS counts fully towards the cement content of concrete mixes. Check our monthly conformity certificates to see the detailed chemical composition of our GGBS.
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You can calculate the right amount of GGBS in concrete mixtures by contacting our sales team.
LKAB Minerals only supplies its bulk GGBS in the United Kingdom but can supply bagged GGBS further afield. We are proud to state that we have the most up-to-date, state-of-the-art GGBS production site in the UK.
For your convenience, we have GGBS available in the following ways:
LKAB Minerals is part of the LKAB group that sells its iron ore (pellets) to the steel-making industry. Our company recovers reclaims and recycles the GGBS by-products from this same steel industry.
A non-toxic, non-hazardous stable mineral.
Our customers use industrial minerals to improve constructions, increase safety and reduce costs.