A company with a vision of sustainability & growth.



A company with a vision of sustainability & growth. As a 3rd generation manufacturing company, we have the responsibility to have a balance of growth & environmental consciousness. Our strategy is to bring in greener solutions to the world of construction by producing cementitious products from industrial waste & raw material with low carbon footprint.

Our group company was established in 2007 and has been operational since late 2008 in the UAE SATHI Group has ever since been the market leader for green cement in the UAE.

Mr Sanjay Agarwal, Founder and Managing Director, Is a visionary having experience of more than 40 years In Steel, Mining, Cement, Ferro Alloys industries globally & Transportation. It was under his leadership that the company could achieve such heights in terms of quality, credibility and stability.

This vision is shared by his two sons Hitesh Aggarwal & Ishan Aggarwal. Mr. Hitesh Aggarwal, our project head/Group Director, has bought this vision to the United States with the same charisma & passion.

The Promise of SATHI

Our brand name “SATHI” in Hindi means companion or partner. The name of the group is the reflection of our ethics & work culture. We envision ourselves to be solid partners of our peers, employees, customers & supplier to our peers, employees, customers & suppliers. The name is a promise to strive for superior Quality, Excellence in Service, Fair price and Highest Technology. The name SATHI, Is not just a name, but an oath to excel In customer satisfaction focusing on communication and adapting ourselves to their needs.
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Blast furnace slag is a by-product of iron manufacturing. Iron ore, coke and limestone are fed into the furnace, and the resulting molten slag floats above the molten iron at a temperature of about 1,500-1,600ºC. The molten slag has a composition of 30-40% silicon dioxide T (SiO 2) and approximately 40% CaO, close to the chemical composition of Portland cement. After the molten iron is tapped off, the remaining molten slag, which mainly consists of siliceous and aluminous residues, is then rapidly waterquenched, resulting in the formation of a glassy granulate. This glassy granulate is dried and ground to the required size and known as ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS).
The modern definition of pozzolana encompasses any volcanic material (volcanic ash), predominantly composed of fine volcanic glass, that is used as a pozzolan. A pozzolanic material can be a natural or artificial which contains silica and aluminous in a reactive form. This materials usually doesnt posses any cementitious properties, but when it is mixed with water or moisture or lime to undergo reaction with calcium hydroxide to form compounds possessing cement properties.
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