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Product Description

SURECEM, (previously known as IDM) is an economical general purpose early strength cement that is ideal for concrete, mortar, plaster & bricks


SURECEM is formulated with early strength characteristics for use in concrete, mortar, plaster, bricks, blocks, small precast works and DIY applications


This cement complies with the 32,5 R strength class of SANS 50197-1 for common cements and is identified as:

  • Portland Composite Cement CEM II/A 32,5
  • Portland Composite Cement CEM II/B 32,5 R

Where “CEM II” denotes Portland Composite Cement, “A” denotes an extender content between 6 and 20%, and “B” denotes an extender content between 21 and 35%. The extender quantity and type vary according to source factory



Cement bags are not weatherproof and should be stored under cover, off the ground, on raised timber platform or on plastic sheeting to protect against rising dampness. Bags should be stacked to a maximum height of 12 bags or two pallets. Usage of bags should be first in first out.


Bags: 50kg bags

(for transportation by road or rail):

  • Unitised 40 bags (2 tons) per unit.
  • Unitised on a pallet 40 bags (2 tons) per unit.
  • Unitised on a pallet and covered with plastic hood. 40 bags (2 tons) per unit.

(Please note the hood is shower-proof NOT waterproof)

(for transportation by the sea):

  • Sling bags 40 * 50kg bags in 2-ton sling bag.
  • Containers: 50 kg bags packed loose or in sling bags or on a pallet in standard shipping containers.


(for transportation by road or rail):

  • Bulk cement in road or rail tankers is not recommended as the high transportation cost does not make this viable.

(for transportation by the sea):

  • Bulk cement in 1,5 ton bulk bags as break-bulk or packed in shipping containers.


Handling & Safety

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