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Corroded sulfur trench of conventional portland cement concrete at a petrochemical facility (left), and similar trench made with pozzolanic cement (right) after 2 years of service, showing sulfur buildup but no concrete deterioration.

Corroded sulfur trench of conventional portland cement concrete at a petrochemical facility (left), and similar trench made with pozzolanic cement (right) after 2 years of service, showing sulfur buildup but no concrete deterioration.

Corroded sulfur trench of conventional portland cement concrete at a petrochemical facility (left), and similar trench made with pozzolanic cement (right) after 2 years of service, showing sulfur buildup but no concrete deterioration.

Material loss from both conventional portland cement concrete and concrete made with pozzoloanic cement when exposed to a 97% sulfuric acid solution.

Pouring a concrete section with a new acid-resistant pozzonlanic cement.

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