Batimix QS Series

Grinding aids and strength enhancers


BATIMIX QS Series products are aqueous solutions of amines, glycols, and acids. These products are used as grinding aids and strength enhancers in the manufacture of cement.

BATIMIX QS Series products provide all the benefits and advantages of traditional grinding aids, such as increased cement fineness and grinding efficiency from the reduced agglomeration of newly fractured cement particles. By improving cement hydration, they yield enhanced strengths at all ages. They are used in both open and closed circuit cement mills.

Main Purpose

BATIMIX QS Series products are particularly recommended for the grinding of Portland, blended, masonry, and mortar cement types. They are suitable for both gray and white types of cement.


BATIMIX QS Series products are easy and safe to handle. They contribute to achieving the following:

  • Increased mill output at the same cement fineness
  • Reduced grinding and energy costs
  • Reduced pack set of cement and increased bulk density, leading to easier storage and transport
  • Reduced agglomeration and inter-particle attraction for easier flow characteristics
  • Enhanced grain size distribution for optimized initial and final strengths of cement
  • Increased rate of cement hydration together with higher strengths at all ages
  • Reduced clinker factor for optimized cost and CO₂ emissions per tone of cement


BATIMIX QS Series includes the following products:

  • BATIMIX QS 2100
  • BATIMIX QS 2101
  • BATIMIX QS 2107
  • BATIMIX QS 2109
  • BATIMIX QS 2110
  • BATIMIX QS 2111
  • BATIMIX QS 2112
  • BATIMIX QS 2112/H

A variety of products from within this series are available to meet the specific requirements of customers. The Product highlighted in bold is featured in the cement additives brochure.



Health & Safety

BATIMIX QS Series may be irritant to the skin and eyes. If accidentally spilled onto the skin, wash immediately with soap and water. If accidentally splashed into the eyes, flush with plenty of water and consult a physician. For additional information, kindly refer to the corresponding Material Safet Datasheet.