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Cemcrete Products Brochure
Since 1973 Cemcrete has manufactured a specialised range of cement-based coatings and building materials to finish and aid in construction projects. Cemcrete’s range of over 80 products includes cement-based finishes for walls, floors, countertops, pools and many more. These distinctive finishes are favourable among homeowners, architects and the construction industry in general due to their superior quality, excellent value, as well as offering a unique alternative to generic coatings.
abe® CEM-blanc is a general purpose white Portland cement, specially manufactured to
provide superior early strength with the added advantage of providing a wide range of
aesthetic and decorative opportunities due to its key features of whiteness, high strength
In addition to affording great design and colour versatility, abe® CEM-blanc complies fully
with the requirements specified in SANS 50197-1 for type CEM II 42.SN cement.
There are at least five major benefits in designing and building with concrete: versatility, attractive appearance, cost-effectiveness, structural integrity, and sustainability, says Bryan Perrie, MD of The Concrete Institute (TCI).
Precast concrete cladding provides the designer with substantial freedom in the choice of form, texture, and appearance because concrete’s flexibility allows for limitless scope in expression and character, says Bryan Perrie, MD of The Concrete Institute.
The Cement & Concrete Institute (C&CI) highlights the advantages of working with precast concrete cladding. Key amongst these is that it offers the designer substantial freedom in the choice of form, texture and appearance for a building. In addition, precast concrete cladding is manufactured off-site in a dedicated facility where a skilled workforce can pay full attention to the demands for accuracy and quality of finish. It is important that input should be obtained from a precast specialist in the early decision-making stages of a cladding project.