Hanson Cement has an unrivalled range of bulk cements ready for delivery nationwide through our own extensive delivery fleet.
CEM I Portland cement
Widely used for general construction needs, from concretes and mortars to renders, screed and grouts, and compatible with all concrete admixtures and lime.
CEM III Blastfurnace Slag Cement
Blend of Hanson CEM I Portland cement and Hanson Regen GGBS. Cement and Regen are combined, in varying proportions, to provide a lower level of CO2 emissions when used in concrete.
Rapid Hardening Portland cement
A finely ground version of CEM I Portland cement that provides enhanced early strength, particularly in the first 24 hours after mixing.
White Portland cement
Delivers a distinctive look for everything from cast stone, render and exposed aggregate finishes to structural concrete, precast units and pointing mortars. It can also enhance pigment effectiveness in coloured concrete and is an ideal way of matching pale coloured building stones.
Natural Hydraulic Lime 5 (NHL 5)
Its whiteness facilitates quality architectural finishes and can be pigmented, making it ideal for restoration and conversion as well as for new build projects. For use in lime and sand mortars for stone, brick and block laying, external rendering and internal plastering.
Using a photocatalytic reaction, TioCem reduces urban pollution in our cities by neutralising harmful gases such as NOx. TioCem can be used in a wide range of applications from paving slabs and blocks to road surfaces and tunnel linings.
Cement customer services
Our customer services department deals with inquiries from 9.00am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday.
Tel: 0330 123 2074
Fax: 01780 727008
For technical certificates and test results please visit our document downloads area
Order line: 0330 123 2072*
* for the purpose of verifying orders, all telephone calls to the order line are recorded
Featured project: Second Severn Crossing
Bridge project: Crossing point for the M4 motorway, over the Severn Estuary
Start/finish dates: 1992/1996
Bridge type: Cable-stayed
Length: 5km (456m main span)
Structure: 150m concrete pylons, precast cross beams, composite deck and twin box girder viaduct
Production: Precast on shore and shipped into position