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SURFASOLOGY

SURFASOLOGY

http://www.surfasology.com/

sales@surfasology.com

T: +353 (0)1 832 10 05

Unit 143, Grange Drive, Baldoyle Industrial Estate, Dublin 13

This NBS Plus page covers repair mortar and cementitious mortar

relating to clause 310 REPAIR MORTAR

in C42 Repairing/ Renovating/ Conserving concrete.

For more NBS Plus information from this company, see the SURFASOLOGY overview page which includes a clause list and a product list.


Products from SURFASOLOGY

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Maxpatch - Two-component repair mortar.
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Maxplug - Rapid setting cementitious mortar.
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Maxrite 500 - Rapid setting repair mortar with corrosion inhibitors.
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Velosit® RM 202 - Universal vertical and overhead repair mortar.
 

View larger image of Maxpatch from SURFASOLOGYMaxpatch

Two-component repair mortar for industrial floors and concrete pavements. Features and benefits:High mechanical strength and wear resistance.Can be placed in thicknesses between 5–25 mm.May be placed to falls.Excellent adhesion to concrete.Application by hand or trowel.Applications:Concrete flooring in industrial facilities.Concrete roads, paths and parking areas.Ramps in high traffic areas.Technical characteristics:Coverage: 2 kg/m²/mm.Appearance: Component A: White liquid. Component B: Grey powder.Application temperature: >5°C.Adhesion to subfloor: >2.8 N/mm².Flexural strength: 10.5 N/mm² (after 28 days).Compressive strength: 35 N/mm² (after 28 days).Density: Component A: 1.02 g/cm³; Component B: 1.9 g/cm³.Open time: 15–20 minutes (dependent on temperature).Curing time: 24 hours for light traffic; five days for full loading.

Two-component repair mortar for industrial floors and concrete pavements.

Features and benefits:

  • High mechanical strength and wear resistance.
  • Can be placed in thicknesses between 5–25 mm.
  • May be placed to falls.
  • Excellent adhesion to concrete.
  • Application by hand or trowel.

Applications:

  • Concrete flooring in industrial facilities.
  • Concrete roads, paths and parking areas.
  • Ramps in high traffic areas.

More about Maxpatch:
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PendingREPAIR MORTAR:
 Manufacturer:
SURFASOLOGY.
  -Web:http://www.surfasology.com/.
  -Tel:+353 (0)1 832 10 05.
  -Product reference:
Maxpatch.


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for Maxpatch

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More about Maxpatch: As standard - Further information.

As standard

Technical characteristics:

  • Coverage: 2 kg/m²/mm.
  • Appearance: Component A: White liquid. Component B: Grey powder.
  • Application temperature: >5°C.
  • Adhesion to subfloor: >2.8 N/mm².
  • Flexural strength: 10.5 N/mm² (after 28 days).
  • Compressive strength: 35 N/mm² (after 28 days).
  • Density: Component A: 1.02 g/cm³; Component B: 1.9 g/cm³.
  • Open time: 15–20 minutes (dependent on temperature).
  • Curing time: 24 hours for light traffic; five days for full loading.

Further Information

Literature:

RIBA Product Selector

Additional information may be available for SURFASOLOGY from ribaproductselector.com.

Contacts:

http://www.surfasology.com/

sales@surfasology.com

T: +353 (0)1 832 10 05

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View larger image of Maxplug from SURFASOLOGYMaxplug

Rapid setting, cement-based mortar that sets under water. The blend of cements reacts with the mixing water causing it to set within five minutes.Features and benefits:Simple and easy to use – just add water.Environmentally friendly, non-toxic and chloride free.Safe to use with drinking water.Fast setting.Sets underwater.Does not contain chlorides.Instantly stops running water.Should be protected from frost.Technical characteristics:Appearance: Grey cement-based material.Application temperature: >5°C.Application coverage: 0.620 L/kg.Mixing water requirement: 0.28 L/kg.Flexural strength: 30 minutes: 1.2 (MPa), three days: 3.7 (MPa), seven days: 5.7 (MPa).Compressive strength: 30 minutes: 3.8 (MPa), three days: 22.5 (MPa), seven days: 36.2 (MPa).

Rapid setting, cement-based mortar that sets under water. The blend of cements reacts with the mixing water causing it to set within five minutes.

Features and benefits:

  • Simple and easy to use – just add water.
  • Environmentally friendly, non-toxic and chloride free.
  • Safe to use with drinking water.
  • Fast setting.
  • Sets underwater.
  • Does not contain chlorides.
  • Instantly stops running water.

Should be protected from frost.

More about Maxplug:
As standard - Further information.

PendingCEMENTITIOUS MORTAR:
 Manufacturer:
SURFASOLOGY.
  -Web:http://www.surfasology.com/.
  -Tel:+353 (0)1 832 10 05.
  -Product reference:
Maxplug.


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Guidance

for Maxplug

from SURFASOLOGY

More about Maxplug: As standard - Further information.

As standard

Technical characteristics:

  • Appearance: Grey cement-based material.
  • Application temperature: >5°C.
  • Application coverage: 0.620 L/kg.
  • Mixing water requirement: 0.28 L/kg.
  • Flexural strength: 30 minutes: 1.2 (MPa), three days: 3.7 (MPa), seven days: 5.7 (MPa).
  • Compressive strength: 30 minutes: 3.8 (MPa), three days: 22.5 (MPa), seven days: 36.2 (MPa).

Further Information

Literature:

RIBA Product Selector

Additional information may be available for SURFASOLOGY from ribaproductselector.com.

Contacts:

http://www.surfasology.com/

sales@surfasology.com

T: +353 (0)1 832 10 05

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View larger image of Maxrite 500 from SURFASOLOGYMaxrite 500

Rapid setting, polymer-modified, fibre reinforced repair mortar with corrosion inhibitors. Designed for high performance structural repairs.Features and benefits:Fast setting material.High mechanical strength and wear resistance.Can be placed in layers of between 5–50 mm.Excellent adhesion to concrete.Can be placed to falls.Meets Class R4/ Structural according to European Standard EN-1504-3.Applications:Can be used for structural repairs to concrete affected by corrosion of reinforcements.Marine environments.Suitable for repairs to prefabricated concrete and concrete affected by repeated loads.Repairs damage caused by de-icing salts, freeze/ thaw and mechanical impacts.Technical characteristics:Appearance: Grey powder.Application temperature: >5°C.Adhesion to concrete: ≥2.0 N/mm².Compressive strength: >45 N/mm² (after 28 days).Curing: Mist cured with clean potable water.Density for cured and dry mortar (to EN 1015-10): 2.15 ± 0.1 g/cm³.Open time: Ten minutes (depending on temperatures).Setting time (at 20°C): 10–25 minutes.Dynamic modulus of elasticity: 27 000 MPa.Resistance to freeze/ thaw: 51 cycles scaling 0.1 kg/m² (very good).Consumption: 1.83 kg/m²/mm.

Rapid setting, polymer-modified, fibre reinforced repair mortar with corrosion inhibitors. Designed for high performance structural repairs.

Features and benefits:

  • Fast setting material.
  • High mechanical strength and wear resistance.
  • Can be placed in layers of between 5–50 mm.
  • Excellent adhesion to concrete.
  • Can be placed to falls.
  • Meets Class R4/ Structural according to European Standard EN-1504-3.

Applications:

  • Can be used for structural repairs to concrete affected by corrosion of reinforcements.
  • Marine environments.
  • Suitable for repairs to prefabricated concrete and concrete affected by repeated loads.
  • Repairs damage caused by de-icing salts, freeze/ thaw and mechanical impacts.

More about Maxrite 500:
As standard - Further information.

PendingREPAIR MORTAR:
 Manufacturer:
SURFASOLOGY.
  -Web:http://www.surfasology.com/.
  -Tel:+353 (0)1 832 10 05.
  -Product reference:
Maxrite 500.


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Guidance

for Maxrite 500

from SURFASOLOGY

More about Maxrite 500: As standard - Further information.

As standard

Technical characteristics:

  • Appearance: Grey powder.
  • Application temperature: >5°C.
  • Adhesion to concrete: ≥2.0 N/mm².
  • Compressive strength: >45 N/mm² (after 28 days).
  • Curing: Mist cured with clean potable water.
  • Density for cured and dry mortar (to EN 1015-10): 2.15 ± 0.1 g/cm³.
  • Open time: Ten minutes (depending on temperatures).
  • Setting time (at 20°C): 10–25 minutes.
  • Dynamic modulus of elasticity: 27 000 MPa.
  • Resistance to freeze/ thaw: 51 cycles scaling 0.1 kg/m² (very good).
  • Consumption: 1.83 kg/m²/mm.

Further Information

Literature:

RIBA Product Selector

Additional information may be available for SURFASOLOGY from ribaproductselector.com.

Contacts:

http://www.surfasology.com/

sales@surfasology.com

T: +353 (0)1 832 10 05

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View larger image of Velosit® RM 202 from SURFASOLOGYVelosit® RM 202

Cementitious repair mortar for all types of construction substrates. It binds the mixing water rapidly, eliminating the need for water curing and protection, and creating a well bonded, rigid abrasion resistant layer on the substrate.Can be applied by trowel or spray equipment.Features and benefits:Minimal shrinkage and expansion, minimizing the risk of micro-cracking.Good workability and adhesion to concrete and masonry.Fibre-reinforced.Application thickness from feather-edge to 100 mm.Open to foot traffic after 3–4 hours.Resistant to CO2 and chloride penetration due to the tight pore structure.Weathering and sulfate resistant.Resistance against aggressive media with a pH range of 3–12, and against soft water with low iron content.Similar in colour to concrete.Applications:Repair of surface defects on concrete, masonry, natural stones and steel.Overlays and repairs on concrete dams, bridges, beams, balconies and facades.Horizontal and vertical overhead areas.Filling of blow holes, honeycombs and surface roughness.Remodelling of architectural features requiring a mouldable mortar.Technical characteristics:Appearance: Grey powder.Curing time: 3–4 hours water curing required in hot weather or very dry temperatures.Density: 1.6 kg/L.Substrate temperature: 5–35°C.Water permeability (to EN 12390-8): 13 bar (positive and negative).Flexural strength: 2 MPa (after four hours); 5 MPa (after 24 hours); 8 MPa (after seven days); 9 MPa (after 28 days).Compressive strength: 15 MPa (after four hours); 31 MPa (after 24 hours); 45 MPa (after seven days); 56 MPa (after 28 days).Chloride ions: <0.05%.Carbonation resistance: Pass.Capillary water absorption: 0.1 kg/m² x h ^0,5.Adhesive strength: 1.8 MPa.Restrained shrinkage: 1.5 MPa.Fire rating (to EN 13501-1): Class A1.

Cementitious repair mortar for all types of construction substrates. It binds the mixing water rapidly, eliminating the need for water curing and protection, and creating a well bonded, rigid abrasion resistant layer on the substrate.

Can be applied by trowel or spray equipment.

Features and benefits:

  • Minimal shrinkage and expansion, minimizing the risk of micro-cracking.
  • Good workability and adhesion to concrete and masonry.
  • Fibre-reinforced.
  • Application thickness from feather-edge to 100 mm.
  • Open to foot traffic after 3–4 hours.
  • Resistant to CO2 and chloride penetration due to the tight pore structure.
  • Weathering and sulfate resistant.
  • Resistance against aggressive media with a pH range of 3–12, and against soft water with low iron content.
  • Similar in colour to concrete.

Applications:

  • Repair of surface defects on concrete, masonry, natural stones and steel.
  • Overlays and repairs on concrete dams, bridges, beams, balconies and facades.
  • Horizontal and vertical overhead areas.
  • Filling of blow holes, honeycombs and surface roughness.
  • Remodelling of architectural features requiring a mouldable mortar.

More about Velosit® RM 202:
As standard - Further information.

PendingREPAIR MORTAR:
 Manufacturer:
SURFASOLOGY.
  -Web:http://www.surfasology.com/.
  -Tel:+353 (0)1 832 10 05.
  -Product reference:
Velosit® RM 202.


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Guidance

for Velosit® RM 202

from SURFASOLOGY

More about Velosit® RM 202: As standard - Further information.

As standard

Technical characteristics:

  • Appearance: Grey powder.
  • Curing time: 3–4 hours water curing required in hot weather or very dry temperatures.
  • Density: 1.6 kg/L.
  • Substrate temperature: 5–35°C.
  • Water permeability (to EN 12390-8): 13 bar (positive and negative).
  • Flexural strength: 2 MPa (after four hours); 5 MPa (after 24 hours); 8 MPa (after seven days); 9 MPa (after 28 days).
  • Compressive strength: 15 MPa (after four hours); 31 MPa (after 24 hours); 45 MPa (after seven days); 56 MPa (after 28 days).
  • Chloride ions: <0.05%.
  • Carbonation resistance: Pass.
  • Capillary water absorption: 0.1 kg/m² x h ^0,5.
  • Adhesive strength: 1.8 MPa.
  • Restrained shrinkage: 1.5 MPa.
  • Fire rating (to EN 13501-1): Class A1.

Further Information

Literature:

RIBA Product Selector

Additional information may be available for SURFASOLOGY from ribaproductselector.com.

Contacts:

http://www.surfasology.com/

sales@surfasology.com

T: +353 (0)1 832 10 05

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