Cement in Kenya is available in strengths varying from 32.5, 42.5, 52.5 and 60. This describes the strength that the cement should provide after 28 days after casting.

Structural engineering design of the concrete mix further ensures that the concrete strength that is needed is eventually achieved through the mix ratios of cement, sand and gravel.

Cement is also classified as N for Normal curing time and R for Rapid curing time. The classification is clearly labeled on the cement bag.

On the Dangote cement bag above, you can see the 42.5 R marking classification meaning the strength is 42.5 and its rapid curing.


The Savannah cement bag above shows its a strength of 32.5 and Rapid curing.


A4architect.com can supply Savannah cement in bulk to developers all over Kenya at wholesale prices.

Architect Francis Gichuhi kamau.

Arch. Francis Gichuhi Kamau. (337 Posts)

Architect Francis Gichuhi . B.Arch. University of Nairobi. Registered Architect, Kenya. Member, Architectural Association of Kenya. Contacts. email info@a4architect.com. Telephone +254721410684


  5 comments for “Cement

  1. dennis
    December 19, 2016 at 7:57 am

    how much is dangote cement per bag?

  2. David
    January 30, 2017 at 12:49 pm

    Also interested in Dangote cement. How can I get it?I retail in hardware materials.

  3. Macharia Kamau
    February 4, 2017 at 6:32 pm

    Anyone interested in 50 acres, Eastern bypass near alpha foods factory?

  4. Jonas Opiyo
    February 12, 2017 at 4:43 pm

    How Much is the Dangote Cement ?

  5. Sammy
    June 5, 2017 at 6:38 am

    How much is the Savannah Cement. Need about 650 bags for an upcoming residential development within the Kikuyu Area.

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