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As a responsible dedicated manufacturer and distributor of cement-based products, Tilemaster Adhesives Ltd constantly monitor the safety of their products and recognise the risks involved when using their products without full education and personal protection during application. Once the material has achieved full set, it is non hazardous. All materials carry full Health and Safety labelling in a clear format recommended by HSE (Health and Safety Executive).

LIFTING
 
All Tilemaster Adhesives Ltd products weight range is capped at 20kg. Lifting should be carried out with the back straight and upright with the package as close to the torso as possible. Do not risk your health by carrying more than 20kg at any one time.
 
ESSENTIALLY NON-HAZARDOUS
 
Tilemaster Adhesives Ltd liquids and pastes when used in accordance with our instruction are generally non-hazardous but when dry may be difficult to remove from skin and finished surfaces. PRIMEPLUS - FLEXMASTER - LIQUIDS AND PASTES WITHOUT THE TANKING SYSTEM PACK
 
CEMENT BASED PRODUCTS
 
The HSE has identified the small amount of soluble Chromium VI that naturally appears in grey Portland cement as the element that stimulates an allergic dermatological reaction in some people that results in “cement burns”. Legislation now requires manufacturers to keep levels of soluble chromium VI below 2 parts per million of the total dry weight of the cement content. White cement/sulphate resisting cement and cement fondu all have contents below this level and are 
naturally compliant. Ordinary Portland cement however needs to be treated to achieve these levels. All materials supplied by Tilemaster Adhesives Ltd are compliant or have been treated to meet HSE compliancy during the stated shelf life on the packaging. Bags must be stored unopened in clean, dry conditions, off the ground above 5ºC and in a well-ventilated area.
 
Use of treated products after the shelf life time may increase the risk of an allergic reaction.
 
Cementitious mixes may contain relatively sharp and angular aggregates and are therefore relatively abrasive when wet. Newly applied product is also very alkaline.