In this work, the hydration rate and products of blended zeolite cements were studied for periods up to 360 days. Thermoanalytical
methods (TG/DTG and DTA) were applied in order to evaluate the hydration rate of blended cements, while. X-ray diffraction
and FTIR spectroscopy were used in order to identify the hydrated products. As it is concluded the incorporation of zeolite
in cement contributes to the consumption of Ca(OH)2 formed during the cement hydration and the formation of cement-like hydrated products. The pozzolanic reaction of the zeolite
is rather slow during the first days of hydration but it is accelerated after the 28 days.