DRAGON ALFA HYDRATED LIME

25Kg bags
40 bags per pallet 
1 tonne per pallet

DRAGON ALFA HYDRATED LIME


Dragon Alfa Cement Hydrated Lime is ideal for use with Dragon Alfa Portland cement to improve plasticity, cohesiveness and water retention of cement mortars, renders and plasters.

Dragon Alfa Cement Hydrated Lime is ideal for use with Dragon Alfa Portland cement to improve plasticity, cohesiveness and water retention of cement mortars, renders and plasters. Not suitable for use in mortars and renders without a Portland cement.


APPLICATION
Dragon Alfa Hydrated Lime is a quality assured building lime recommended for use with cement
lime/mortars.

DESCRIPTION
Dragon Alfa Hydrated Lime is a dry, white coloured powder, calcined, milled and classified to
produce a product of exceptional purity and consistency.

PACKAGING
Packed in 25kg multi layer paper bags, including a moisture resistant polythene membrane.
40 x 25kg per pallet = 1 tonne

STORAGE
Hydrated Lime must be stored in unopened bags, clear of the ground in cool, dry conditions.

 

USAGE
Dragon Alfa Hydrated Lime requires exposure to the air in order to carbonate and will not set under
water. This is the most permeable of all the building limes and the most appropriate lime to use in
the conservation of old buildings where maximum permeability is required, also regularly used with
Ordinary Portland Cement in quality brick laying mortars and renders.

HEALTH AND SAFETY
Irritating to skin and eyes. Can cause burns in the presence of moisture. It is advisable to ensure
that eyewash facilities are available when Hydrated Lime is handled. In case of contact with skin
or eyes wash affected area immediately with plenty of clean water for at least 20 minutes and seek
medical advice. Prolonged or repeated contact with skin may result in severe irritation or
dermatitis. Prolonged or repeated inhalation of high dust concentrations may cause ulceration and
perforation of the nasal septum and pneumonitis.

• May cause an allergic reaction
• Keep out of reach of children