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Aggregate Industries introduces new ready-to-use easy application cement

  • 21 Jul 2017

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Aggregate Industries has introduced a new quality-assured premixed ready-to-use formulation, Lafarge Cement, for fixing all types of fence posts.

Lafarge Postmix is made of a selected blend of cements and aggregates intended for domestic use and requires no mixing, just water. In addition, the cement sets in five to ten minutes and then rapidly hardens.

Jeremy Lee, Sales Director at Aggregate Industries comments: “Postmix is the ideal solution for tradesmen, offering ease of application, more speed, less mess and assured performance. Simply dig a hole to the required size, half fill the hole with water and place the post in the hole. Add Postmix uniformly around the post until it’s above the water level then adjust into position and support for ten minutes until secured.”

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