Need a reliable South African supplier of quality stock bricks who delivers on time, every time? Look no further! Amara Building Supplies provides the following building materials for sale.
Looking to buy bags of cement, look no further than Amara Building Supplies – one of South Africa’s leading building brick suppliers, we also supply other building materials such as cement, sand and stone to construction companies and builders around Gauteng & the Western Cape.
iTE 32.5 @ R 67.80 / bag ex VAT (640 load)
iTe CEMENT conforms to the International Quality Standard SABS SANS 50197-1 in the CEM V/A(S-V) 32.5 strength class. iTE CEMENT 32.5 is a versatile all purpose cement with superior workability, reduced water demand, Superior Cohesion and strength and has low emissions. Rapid setting, iTE CEMENT 32.5 gives good early strength and is ideal for use with brick making or form work where faster setting improves productivity.
- R67.80 / bag ex VAT is based on 640 loads and bigger. Refundable pallets required at R210 / pallet ex VAT. NOTE: pallets are not included in listed prices.
- R72.00 / bag ex VAT is based on 160 / 240 loads. No pallets required.
iTE 42.5 @ R 77.50 / bag ex VAT (640 load)
iTE 42.5N conforms to the International Quality Standard SABS SANS 50197-1 in the CEM V A (S-V) 42.5N strength class.
- R77.50 / bag ex VAT is based on 640 loads and bigger. Refundable pallets required at R210 / pallet ex VAT. NOTE: pallets are not included in listed prices.
- R82.00 / bag ex VAT is based on 160 / 240 loads. No pallets required.
For Best results:
The aggregates used in mixtures are by volume the major constituents of the plaster, mortar or concrete mix. They significantly influence the performance and cost. Use only reputable suppliers whose quality consistency can be relied on.
Sand should be free of organic matter such as roots, twigs and leaves. Well graded sand ranging from dust to coarse particles will produce the best results – too many fines will require a high water demand which causes shrinkage during drying, while a no fines sand results in a harsh mix with no workability.
Use the least amount of water in the mix for the workability required.
The quantity of the mix should be small enough to be used up within two hours – NEVER re-temper a mix by mixing in additional water!
Mortar—One should not use concrete at temperatures below 5oC. When working at high temperatures, the bricks should be moistened to prevent too much water being sucked out of the mortar.
Direct sunlight and drying winds can adversely affect the mortar.
Try to slow the curing of the concrete.
For more information on Amara Building Supplies or to request a quote for clay and cement stock bricks, cement, sand or other building material in South Africa, simply contact us for easy ordering and next day delivery in Gauteng & Western Cape.
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