Tarmac launches fast-acting repair products for installers

Published:  13 November, 2013

Designed to significantly speed up simple on-site repairs, Tarmac Building Products has launched its Cempak Wetmix concrete and mortar range.

Available as Wetmix Patch Repair Concrete and Wetmix Patch Repair Mortar, they require no mixing and are ready to use straight out of the tub. The Wetmix range can set in just four hours and is ideal for plumbers, electricians, gas fitters, installers and ‘handymen’ alike.

Matt Rushton, senior marketing manager at Tarmac Building Products, explained: “Cempak Wetmix is made using a durable trade formulation which allows it to perform like dry mix equivalents. It’s easy to store, simple to apply and easy to clean up after use. What’s more, there’s no water needed. All an installer has to do is add a trowel and they can begin – it couldn’t be easier.”

Both products can be used for interior and exterior applications such as pointing, grouting and rendering, as well as repairing bricks, floors and steps.

Mr Rushton continued: “Our Cempak Wetmix products are sold in handy 8kg tubs so they are easy to transport around on site. Currently they are exclusively available to the trade through Trade Point stores nationwide, however the product will be rolled out to the wider merchant market in the New Year.”

For more information on Tarmac Building Products’ Cempak Wetmix range, please visit: www.cempakwetmix.co.uk.

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