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Terms & Conditions of Sale

SANDHU CONCRETE LIMITED (TRADING AS DMIX) TERMS OF DELIVERY

1 Definitions and Interpretation

In these Conditions the following words have the following meanings: "Company" means Sandhu Concrete Ltd, "Contract" means any contract between the Company and the Customer for the sale of Goods, incorporating these Conditions; "Customer" means the person(s), firm or company who purchases the Goods from the Company; "Goods" means any goods agreed in the Contract to be supplied to the Customer by the Company.


2 Time of Delivery


The time for despatch stated in the quotation is an estimated time of arrival. The Company undertakes to adhere as closely as possible to the period stated, but can accept any liability for failure to do so, or for any loss or delay occasioned  by strikes, lock outs, fire, accident, delay in transit after leaving works, or other contingency beyond the Company’s control.


3 Cancelation


Cancellation will only be by the Company on condition that all costs and expenses incurred by the Company up to the time of cancellation, and all loss of profits and other loss or damage resulting to us by reason of such cancellation will be reimbursed by the customer to us forthwith.


4 Advertisements


All descriptions and illustrations contained in our catalogues, pricelists and other advertising matter are intended merely to present a general idea of the equipment described therein and shall not form part of the contract.


5 Terms of Payment


Strictly in advance or C.O.D, unless stated otherwise overleaf. The property and goods shall not pass to the Customer until full payment has been made for the whole consignment of which the goods formed part and if any of the goods in the consignment are resold or otherwise disposed of by the Customer before payment has been made in full for what consignment the Company shall have the right to trace those goods and/or the proceeds of such sale or disposal and to reposes the goods or recover the proceeds of sale as the case may be. The Company reserves the right to remove all goods not paid for in full from the Customer(s) site. Any damage, or cost, caused in doing so remains the liability of the  Customer(s)


6 Conditions and Warranties


All implied conditions, warranties and guaranties implied by statute,  common law or otherwise are hereby excluded, and, serve as expressly stated herein or on the face of the Companies offer gives no warranty or guarantee, and does not promise or undertake any obligation as a condition, warranty or other item of the Contract or otherwise, as to the fitness for purpose, suitability, performance, quality or merchantability of the goods. The Company shall not be liable for any loss, damage, injury or delay whatsoever. However, if the same may arise or be caused, whether by the negligence of the Company, its Servants and/or Agents or otherwise, and whether in performance of the Contract or otherwise, in no circumstances shall the Customer(s) be entitled to recover damages, whether direct, indirect, consequential or otherwise from the Company.


7 Proper Law


The Contract shall be in every respect governed by and interpreted in accordance with English law in England and Scottish law in Scotland.


8 Delivery Off the Public Highway


If, in order to affect his/her delivery on behalf of the Company, the Driver is required to leave the Public Highway, and drive onto private property, this will be done at the sole responsibility of the Customer(s) and/or their Agent(s), who will become fully responsible for any consequential damage that may occur to the said property or any part thereof. In the event of the vehicle becoming stuck or bogged down, the Company will also look to the Customer(s) and/or their Agent(s) for reimbursement of all vehicle recovery costs, repair or damage caused to the Company’s vehicle and it’s loss of earnings whilst out of use.


9 Water


Addition of extra water will reduce the strength and durability of the concrete mix. The Company accepts no responsibility for this.


10 Complaints


Complaints must be notified to the Driver immediately on site, and by telephone to the office within 30 minutes of delivery, whereon a complaint reference number will be given. Unless the procedure is followed the Company cannot accept responsibility for such a complaint.


11 Testing


Testing of concrete should be made in accordance with procedures set in the Companies full Terms and Conditions (Please see website or ask a member of staff for details). The Driver must be informed when a test is to be carried out in order that compliance procedures may be checked. Unless the procedure is followed, the Company cannot accept responsibility for any defective concrete.


12 Health & Safety for Ordinary Portland Cement


12.1 Description of Substance:


A grey powder when mixed with water becomes a binder for building construction works.


12.2 Supplier / Manufacturer


May vary from time to time so please ask a member of staff.  


12.3 Hazards


Cement mixed with water when making concrete/mortars produces a strong alkaline solution. This is due to the lime and alkalis within the cement. If the damp/wet cement comes into contact with the skin and/or eyes it may cause serious burns or ulcerations. Eyes are very vulnerable and damage to the eyes will increase with contact time. High alkaline solutions in contact with the skin tend to damage nerve endings first before damaging the skin, therefore, chemical burns develop without pain being felt at the time.


12.4 First Aid


EYES: Wash eyes immediately with plenty of clean water for at least 20 minutes and seek urgent medical advice without delay. To avoid permanent damage to eyes a quick response is essential.
SKIN: Wash the skin area that came into contact with the concrete/mortar with a mild soap and water before continuing work. If pain or irritation persist, seek medical advice. Wet concrete/mortar on clothing should be removed and washed before using again.


IF SWALLOWED: Wash mouth out with plenty of water. DO NOT induce vomiting. Make sure the patient drinks plenty of water, if in doubt, seek medical advice.


INHALATION: If you breathe cement dust move to an area of fresh air. If nose or throat airways become inflamed seek medical advice.


12.5 Protective Clothing


EYES: Eye protection should be worn at all times when working with cement/concrete/mortar and dust proof goggles around cement dust. If cement dust/concrete/mortar gets into the eyes seek medical assistance immediately.


SKIN PROTECTION : Protective clothing should be worn at all times when working with cement/concrete/mortar. The protective clothing should ensure wet/damp concrete does not come into contact with skin.  When laying concrete waterproof trousers, gloves, jacket and wellington boots may be necessary. Wet/damp concrete should not come into contact with unprotected skin; therefore care should be taken when kneeling. If cement gets into boots or other clothing, this should be removed and the clothing washed thoroughly before using again.


12.6 Chemical Compounds


(See technical Data Sheet- available on request)


12.7 Fire


Cements are not flammable and will not facilitate combustion with other materials.


12.8 Safety


Avoid contact with eyes and skin.
Wear eye and skin protective clothing.
Avoid breathing in dust.

Why use DMIX

Highly experienced in the concrete industry as domestic and commercial concrete suppliers

Areas Covered

We cover the West London area including Middlesex, Berkshire and Surrey.

Environmental Benefits

Volumetric concrete mixers mean virtually no waste, you only use what you need.

Why use DMIX

Highly experienced in the concrete industry as domestic and commercial concrete suppliers

Areas Covered

We cover the West London area including Middlesex, Berkshire and Surrey.

Environmental Benefits

Volumetric concrete mixers mean virtually no waste, you only use what you need.