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Lafarge Cement extend packed cement offering

Rapid Set Cement

Company introduces new Rapid Set Cement to its existing packed cement product range

LAFARGE Cement, part of the Aggregate Industries business, have introduced a new packed product to their range. Rapid Set Cement is a Portland cement containing calcium aluminate for rapid hardening.

The fast-setting, low-shrinkage cement is designed for use in screeds and renders to prepare wall and floor surfaces prior to installing most tile types. It is suitable for dry and wet installations, including swimming pools, and can be pumped for fast application.

Setting in just one hour, the product’s rapid strength development means screeds can accept foot traffic after three hours and bonded screeds and renders can be tiled with ceramic tiles after four hours.

Rapid Set Cement is available in 25kg paper bags and is a quality-assured BS EN 197-1 CEM II cement carrying CE marking.

Jamie Stratford, national Sales manager at Lafarge Cement, commented: ‘This new product follows significant investment over the last 18 months in expanding our portfolio of packed cement products.

‘All of our products are designed to offer a solution to everyday problems faced by the trade. Rapid Set Cement ensures a strong, durable, high-quality finish in a fraction of the time compared with standard cement.’

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