General

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How do I order packaged products?

What is the difference between Bagged Cement and Bulk Cement?

How do I open an account?

What is slag and what is it used for?

What Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required when handling cement based products?



How do I order packaged products?

For consumers of our products please use the Find a stockist function on our website to locate your closest Retailer.

For Retailers, please call our Customer Interface Team on 1300 236 368.

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What is the difference between Bagged Cement and Bulk Cement?

We have a broad range of bagged products which are packaged in 3.5kg to 1 tonne bags which are packed on pallets.  Our bagged product is available from hardware and landscape suppliers. Bulk cement is delivered to site in tankers and requires a silo for the storage of the cement.  The cement is the same consistent, high quality product regardless of how it is packaged and sold.

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How do I open an account?

For Retailers please call our Customer Interface Team on 1300 236 368 for assistance.

If you are a consumer of our products, please use our Find a stockist tool to find a Cement Australia retailer close to you.

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What is slag and what is it used for?

Slag is a commonly used Supplementary Cementitious Material (SCM). Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBFS) is a by-product of manufacturing iron. It is provided by quenching blast furnace slag with water. GGBFS can improve the workability of fresh concrete and the durability of hardened concrete.

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What Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required when handling cement based products?

Always wear the correct protective clothing when handling any product containing cement as it is an alkaline substance in a fine powder form:

  • Gloves - to guard against skin irritation
  • Face mask - to prevent dust inhalation
  • Eye protection - to prevent dust from getting in to eyes
  • Long pants and sleeves - to guard against skin irritation
  • Safety boots - to prevent injuries to your feet when handling heavy items or using potentially hazardous tools

Always separately wash clothes that may be splashed with cement-based products at the end of each day.

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