Blue Circle product range
Supplied in weather resistant plastic packaging, Mastercrete is an enhanced Portland- limestone cement conforming fully to BS EN 197-1 CEM II/A-L (or LL) 32,5R.
A ready-to-use blend of selected sand, cement and additives formulated for fixing wooden, concrete and metal posts.
White Portland cement that provides attractive and durable visual concrete, rendering and mortar in cast stone, architectural concrete, paving slabs, street furniture and terrazzo applications.
General Purpose Cement is a CEM II Portland-composite cement suitable for most general purpose applications.
Extra Rapid cement is a Portland cement containing calcium aluminate to give rapid hardening and setting properties.
High Strength Concrete (40N) is a premixed strong and hardwearing concrete that typically reaches a 28-day compressive strength of 40 N/mm2.
What's New with Blue Circle Products?
Blue Circle Builders' Guide to Cement
A wide range of packed cements and premixed products is currently available from builders’ merchants and retailers throughout the United Kingdom.
This guide includes:
- Basic information on each packed cement and premixed products
- Guidance on appropriate applications for:
- General Concreting
- Floor Screeds
- Ready-to-use products
- Advice on recommended mixes for these applications
- Ready reckoner and tables for estimating quantities
- Technical matters for consideration during a project, and associated application details
- Health and safety issues
Blue Circle Products' Latest Blog Posts
Porcelain Paving has grown hugely popular and with more homeowners requesting it from landscapers George Jones, Owner and Operator at Matipo Landscaping + Design has shared his thoughts with Blue Circle cement on the trend. George Jones’ thoughts on Porcelain...
Concrete offers builders and landscapers the flexibility to create an inexpensive wide range of elements for an outdoor space which unlike other features, requires minimal upkeep. From walls, planters and brick barbecues to paths and board-marked walls, the...
Part 2 of our chat with Beth Skinner, this time we asked the bricklayer about creating content for her YouTube channel and where does she see herself in ten years time. How did you start creating content and any advice for someone thinking of posting their own...
Bricklayer Beth Skinner shares her experience of working in her trade, her advice for anyone considering an Apprenticeship and what you'll find in her tool kit. What's your favourite thing about working as a Bricklayer? Having the freedom to work in an...