JK Super Cement - OPC (53)

A premium Super Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC - 53 Grade), suitable for all kinds of specialised construction applications

About JK Super OPC 53

JK Super OPC - 53 Grade cement is manufactured with finest quality clinker containing high percentage of Tri-calcium Silicate (C3S) & Tri-calcium alminoferrite(C3A), and optimum quantity of gypsum. The product complies with the highest quality standards confirming to IS 269:2015 and is much in demand for its superior initial & ultimate strength and extra fineness. It is ideal for all kinds of specialised construction works and precast concrete application.

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Benefits of JK Super OPC 53

High Early Strength

Excellent Ultimate Strength

Sulphate & Chloride Resistant

Low Alkali Content for enhance protection


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Application Of JK Super OPC 53

JK Super OPC 53 can be used in the following structures:

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    Residential & Commercial Projects

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    Highways, Bridges & Dams

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    Pre-stressed Concrete

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    High Rise Buildings & Runways


Ordinary Portland Cement comes in three variants – grade 33, grade 43 and grade 53. The numbers 33, 43 and 53 correspond to the cement’s compressive strength at 28 days of curing.

OPC (53) can be used for the following:

  • Precast concrete and Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) elements
  • Pre-stressed and post-tensioned concrete
  • Heavy load structures like bridges, flyovers, etc.
  • Industrial flooring
  • High-rise buildings
  • Cement grouts
  • Instant plugging mortars
  • Specific concrete repair works

Note that both OPC 43 and OPC 53 grades have different applications. Grade 43 Ordinary Portland Cement can be used in general construction and high strength concrete work. While grade 53 cement is much more suitable for precast concrete, prestressed concrete, long span structures like bridges and tall structures.

Limestone and clay are sourced from quarries and grounded together. This mixture is the heated at high temperatures to form Portland clinker. This Portland clinker is finely ground to form Portland cement. The clinker, when intimately ground with gypsum produces Ordinary Portland Cement. When Portland clinker is ground with pozzolanic particles or granulates slag, it produces Portland Pozzolanic Cement (PPC) and Portland Slag Cement (PSC), respectively.