Bag of Cement

JDP offers a range of cements for civil engineering, building applications, ready-mixed concrete, and concrete products.

Admixtures such as air-entraining mortar plasticizers, such as Febmix, designed to enhance the wokrability and freeze thaw resistance of brick and block laying mortars are also available from JDP.

Features & Benefits

  • Consistent strength meeting all the conformity criteria in BS EN 197-1
  • Compatible with admixtures


  • For use as a bonding ingredient for mortar mix or concrete


Cements are quality assured with independent third party certification and carry a CE Mark.

Cement Range

Code Description Uses
1806CEMENT 25kg Bag Cement General purpose cement for most applications
1806PROCEM 25kg Bag Pro Cement General purpose cement for all types of concrete, including structural concrete, mortars, renders and screeds
1806MASTERCRETE 25kg Bag Mastercrete Cement The first choice for internal and external general purpose non-structural concrete, mortars, renders and screeds
1806CEMENTWH 25kg Bag Cement White A white Portland cement without pigmenta or additives, for concretes intended to remain visible, renders, mortars and grouts
1806SULFACRETE 25kg Bag Sulfacrete Cement A low alkali cement with a high sulfate resistance and a moderate heat hydration. For use where ground conditions require sulphate resisting concrete or mortar
1086MORTAR 20kg Bag Mortar Mix A highly workable masonry cement
1806EXTRARAPID 25kg Extra Rapid Cement Rapid hardening and setting properties making it suitable for repairs and maintenance work. Available in water repellent, plastic packaging
1806POSTCRETE 20kg Postcrete Cement A rapid setting mix of cement, aggregates and hardeners


Trial mixes are recommended to determine the optimum mix proportions. The cement content must be correct and the water: cement ratio as low as possible consistent with satisfactory placing, thorough compaction and effective curing. Refer to the following documents:

  • BS EN 206-1: Concrete
  • BS 8500: Concrete-Complementary British Standard to BS EN 206-1
  • BS 5628: Part 3 Use of Masonry