Dingo Cement

Handy Packs

Conforms to AS 1672.1

  • Suitable for mixing with sand and cement to make mortar (enhances bond strength)
  • Can be used for stabilisation
  • Other applications include water treatment, gardening, white washing and many others

Hydrated
Lime

Dingo Hydrated Lime Suitable for mixing with cement and sand to make mortar, Road stabilisation, water treatment, gardening, white washing and many others applications.

Combine your lime, sand and cement in the right proportions in a wheelbarrow or on a non porous surface.Add some clean water. Mix thoroughly.Apply the mix with a trowel. A good mix for bricklaying is 6 parts sand, 1 part cement and 1 part Hydrated Lime.

 

Safety

Risk

Mixing hydrated lime may be irritating to the eyes and skin. Prolonged exposure to hydrated lime may cause dermatitis and alkaline burns. Hydrated lime dust is irritating to the eyes and skin and respiratory system. Repeated inhalation may increase bronchitis and silicosis. Crystalline silica is a known carcinogen.

Safety

Avoid contact with eyes and skin with wet and dry hydrated lime. Wear suitable protective clothing including gloves and eye protection. Wear a suitable dust mask when handling cement or concrete, do not breathe in dust. Cutting concrete, keep it wet with water to avoid hazardous dust.

First Aid

In the event of skin irritation wash with clean water. If dust gets into eyes wash immediately with eye wash solution or clean water. If symptoms persist seek medical advice.

Danger

Causes mild skin irritation. May cause respiratory irritation. May cause serious eye damage. May cause damage to lungs and respiratory problems through prolonged or repeated inhalation.